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The Joe College Report
Seth Davis
March 05, 2001
How cool is it that the guy leading cheers for Oregon's boisterous Pit Crew at McArthur Court, the one wearing dorky green suspenders and a spectacular red wig, is the Ducks' star quarterback, Joey Harrington....
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March 05, 2001

The Joe College Report

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How cool is it that the guy leading cheers for Oregon's boisterous Pit Crew at McArthur Court, the one wearing dorky green suspenders and a spectacular red wig, is the Ducks' star quarterback, Joey Harrington....

There's another formidable five in Lexington, Ky., besides Tubby Smith's Wildcats: NAIA power Transylvania. The No. 1-ranked Pioneers, 25-1 through Sunday, haven't played a game at home this season. While their new gym is being constructed, they have hosted games at seven colleges and high schools. Coach Don Lane recently won his 500th game at Transylvania, and senior forward Collier Mills is an NAIA player of the year candidate....

Hats off to the 150 members of Michigan State's Izzone (devotees of coach Tom Izzo), who made the 16-hour round trip to last week's game at Penn State. Once there, they took a cutout of Nittany Lions football coach Joe Paterno and dressed him in an Izzone T-shirt, making it appear as if JoePa was cheering for the Spartans....

A celebrity coach death match we'd love to see: Texas's Rick Barnes versus Iowa State's Larry Eustachy, who argued nose-to-nose over all the fouls that were being called on Iowa State during the Longhorns' victory last week and seemed close to coming to blows....

The most remarkable feat in No. 1 Stanford's 99-79 win over Washington wasn't sophomore center Jason Collins's 33 points on 13-for-14 shooting. It was that the 7-foot Collins, who entered the game with four three-pointers this season, went 4 for 5 from beyond the arc.

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