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Topic - John Gagliardi
John Gagliardi put sleepy little Collegeville, Minn., on the national college football map with a style all his own.
So much football, so many great story lines, both college and pros. Georgia knocks Florida from the ranks of the unbeaten. Notre Dame keeps Irish eyes smiling. The Atlanta Falcons romp to their seventh straight win.
Football at St. John's University stands out. There's no tackling at practice or lengthy calisthenics. No whistles or wind sprints. No captains either, unless you count the honor shared by the seniors.
The remarkable career of Joe Paterno can reach another pinnacle Saturday.
Joe Paterno is now peerless in his profession.
It's all about milestones this season at Penn State.