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TCU coach Gary Patterson was in the same position last year, with nothing to do on championship Saturday except watch the games and hope for a result that could send his Horned Frogs to the national title game.
Miami coach Randy Shannon has tried to snuff out all talk of a quarterback dilemma for weeks, insisting Jacory Harris would return to his starting job when healthy.
Backup quarterbacks have taken center stage for several Atlantic Coast Conference programs, and many have their team's postseason fortunes in their hands.
Jacory Harris will play a big role for Miami this week. Just not as the Hurricanes' quarterback.
It is easy to despair over the persistence of black poverty. The social problem that just won't go away has resisted even the election of our first black president. The depth and complexity of its causes leads, understandably, to indifference born of frustration. That makes what's going on under the aegis of the Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA) and its reformist leader, Renee Glover, so unusual - and so hopeful.
TCU's best chance to catch Oregon and Auburn in the BCS standings came and went, and the Horned Frogs are still chasing the top two.
Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen knows rookie quarterbacks can win in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
With the BCS standings in the back of his mind, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said Tuesday he decided an against-the-odds comeback at Missouri over the weekend wasn't worth risking a more lopsided loss.
A return to Duke might be what cures everything that ails Jacory Harris these days.