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Posted 15 Oct 2001   For week ended October 5, 2001
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Pre-Mission Walk-on May Cost QB Last Season
The NCAA eligibility rules are complex, and its little wonder that a young kid from a small town could make an error tha twould cost him a season of eligibility at an NCAA Division I-A school. That's what has happened to Ryan Harris, backup quarterback for Western Michigan's Broncos, all because he spent two weeks as a walk-on at Utah State University seven years ago.

Ex-BYU Star's Life Reveals Problem of Pain Drugs
Former Brigham Young University football team captain, Craig Garrick, died Sept.3 at the age of 41. LaVell Edwards spoke at his funeral and reminded those in attendance how he had once told Garrick's mother Janet, that Craig shouldn't play football because of his bad knee, a knee that was so bad it would bow six inches to the side with every step. "That's not an option," she replied. "If he didn't play, he would die."

Sports: Injuries Take Toll on Football Players
A couple of Mormon football players will miss the rest of the season due to injuries. Greg Clark of the San Francisco 49ers has a problem with a hamstring while the Baltimore Ravens' Todd Heap has an ankle injury. Elsewhere, baseball's Jeff Kent had his best week in a while, and subscribers have identified a total of three Mormon hockey players ahead of the start of the season this week.

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