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Huskers O-Line hard to overlook
Linemen often get overlooked, but Nebraska's O-Line is so good every year it's hard to ignore them.
Miami's back thanks to emergence of D-Line
Miami's defensive line is one of the biggest reasons UM is playing for the title, and may be the key to beating Nebraska.
Wojciechowski: Dear Diary...
Take a peek at ESPN The Magazine's Gene Wojciechowski's Rose Bowl diary.
How Miami was built into a national title contender
Miami goes nation wide -- heck, North America wide -- the land the best talent around.
Nebraska truly is a Big Red Machine
While Nebraska may get blue-chip recruits from around the country, its the instate recruits that make the Huskers a yearly power.
Kiper: Holiday Bowl's best NFL prospects
The Holiday Bowl between Texas and Washington is loaded with potential NFL prospects.
Donnan and Tomey: The state of college football
Jim Donnan and Dick Tomey give their takes on college football's biggest issues.
2001 Between the Lines: Thinking big
Gene Wojciechowski felt sorry for Ralph Friedgen. The poor guy was convinced he could win at Maryland.
Tomey: Bowl preparation
Achieving balance between fun and work is the key in bowl preparation.
Donnan: Bowl preparation
Bowl games are a reward for a good season, but the real work begins once the season ends.
Crouch: He's no slouch in Heisman race
Blessed with both blazing speed and an accurate arm, Nebraska's multi-dimensional quarterback, Eric Crouch, may run away with the Heisman Trophy.
Dorsey: Eye of the Hurricanes focused on destiny
'Canes quarterback Ken Dorsey has proven his value in Miami's quest for the national championship.
Harrington: Like a Duck to water
Football has come naturally for Oregon quarterback Joey Harrington.
Grossman the reluctant Heisman finalist
Florida QB Rex Grossman is honored to be among the Heisman finalists, but he'd rather be playing in Saturday's SEC title game.