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How Did Heisman Hopefuls Perform in Week 1?

Daniel SpratlinContributor ISeptember 5, 2008

I project Texas Tech’s Graham Harrell to lead the NCAA in passing by over 1,000 yards this year. He got off to a great start, throwing for 536 yards vs. Eastern Washington.

Surprisingly, Tech only led 35-24 after 3 quarters, and the Red Raiders set a record for penalties in a game (18).

Chase Daniel completed 26-of-45 for 323 yards and added 46 yards rushing as Missouri put up 52 points against a ranked foe. Missouri led 45-20 and 52-35 with Illinois getting a fourth-and-five TD pass on the last play of the game.

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