College Football

November 04, 2001

Heisman stock

Rising: Florida's Rex Grossman threw for 306 yards and 3 TDs. He didn't play the second half.

Falling: Tennessee's Travis Ste phens was held to 64 yards and 1 TD. The yardage was a season low.

Top performers

Rohan Davey: Threw for 528 yards and 2 TDs. Alabama never gave up more passing yards.

Luke McCown: Threw for 464 yards and 4 TDs. The Louisiana Tech quar terback also ran for a TD.

Upset of the week

Pittsburgh, beating No. 12 Virginia Tech, 38-7, handing the Hokies back-to-back losses for the first time since 1997.

He said it

"Now, I've been on both sides of this. It didn't seem real out there."

Tim Olmstead, Vanderbilt backup quarterback, who transferred from Florida three years ago, after Ga tors' 71-13 rout

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