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Latest Kellen Moore Items
No matter where Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden turns, he can't escape the age-old question — literally.
Boise State's quest for perfection and BCS glory were dashed again by a missed field goal.
The last time Boise State and UNLV squared off was 34 years ago when the Broncos routed the Rebels 45-14, the last in a six-game series that stretched from 1972-77.
With a pair of touchdown passes and another Boise State victory, Kellen Moore moved up the ranks among college football's all time quarterbacks.
Georgia is trying to get back to where it was not so long ago.
Kellen Moore is uniquely indistinguishable. He's modest and reserved, unlikely to draw attention to himself. At 6-feet tall and 186 pounds, he hardly looks the part of a football hero.
As he stood before his team ready to address goals and expectations in preparation for Boise State's season, Chris Petersen grabbed the attention of his players and changed the message he recited for years.