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Boltergeist

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You see the WVU score was up 34-10. Let Maryland back in it.

at least they still have the lead

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Notre Dame's putting a complete game together at Sparty's expense.

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Things have settled down on the scoreboard in Champaign as the Illini lead Arizona St. 10-7. Nate Scheelhaase is around 160 yds combined.

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Illinois goes for it on 4th and 1 in their own territory and gets stopped. The Sun Devils look the gift horse in the mouth and miss a FG. Looks like it'll be 10-7 at the half - a lot lower scoring than I thought it would be.

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Indiana and Minnesota are having a suckoff tonight - the Hoosiers are losing at North Texas 24-0 late in the 3rd, but the Gophers not to be outdone are losing to N. Dakota St. by 14 heading into the 4th.

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After last year, it feels weird watching Illinois and Northwestern going in opposite directions.

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Illini climbing out of the 18 point hole - Jenkins just caught his 3rd TD and is at 9-203 for the day

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