Top Performances

September 11, 1994


Steve McNair, Alcorn State

(27-for-44, 491 yards, 8 TDs)

McNair also rushed for 159 yards on 13 carries in Alcorn State's 54-28 victory over Tennessee-Chattanooga, setting a Division record with 647 offensive yards. Two of his touchdown passes covered 62 and 60 yards.

Danny Kanell, Florida State

(28-for-44, 417 yards, 1 TD)

Kanell helped Florida State overcome a 20-17 halftime deficit with 35 second-half points and beat Maryland, 52-20.

Stoney Case, New Mexico

(37-for-62, 403 yards, 2 TDs)

Case also ran for a 4-yard touchdown in a 44-29 loss to Texas Christian. He gained 61 yards on 15 carries.

Eric Zeier, Georgia

(30-for-45, 401 yards, 1 TD)

Zeier threw a 45-yard touchdown pass to Juan Daniels in a 41-23 loss to Tennessee.

John Walsh, Brigham Young

(23-for-35, 315 yards, 3 TDs)

Walsh directed drives of 79, 59 and 79 yards for touchdowns on Brigham Young's first three possessions in its 45-21 victory over Air Force. His touchdown passes covered 5, 4 and 18 yards.


Brian Pruitt, Central Michigan

(32 for 274 yards, 3 TDs)

Pruitt set a record for Kelly-Shorts Stadium, and his effort is second in school history to Jessie Lakes' 343 yards against Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1964.

Napoleon Kaufman, Washington

(32 for 211 yards, 1 TD)

Kaufman became the first running back to gain 200 yards against Ohio State since Michigan's Jamie Morris rushed for 210 1986. It was Kaufman's best game.

James Stewart, Tennessee

(24 for 211 yards, 4 TDs)

Stewart scored on runs of 3, 6, 71 and 15 yards. He accounted for 58 yards of a 57-yard, seven-play touchdown drive, the other play being a 1-yard loss by quarterback Todd Helton.

Andre Davis, TCU

(31 for 325 yards, 2 TDs)

Davis ran for a school-record 87-yard touchdown in a 44-29 victory over New Mexico. He had 176 yards in the first half.


) Freddie Scott, Penn State

(6 for 133 yards, 1 TD)

Scott capped a four-play drive with a 44-yard touchdown catch in a 38-14 win over Southern Cal.

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