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Chance Harridge to Run for Cover Instead of Mouth?

Even as BYU head coach <b>Gary Crowton</b> is steadfastly focused on grounding a potent Air Force team Saturday, his defensive front will be keying in on the Falcons' elusive and fleet-footed quarterback <b>Chance Harridge</b> who ran his mouth last year as much as he did his feet.

"He didn't talk that much the year before (when BYU trounced them in 2001) and if we do our job (Saturday), he won't be talking much at all," said standout senior defensive tackle Ifo Pili. "That's how you shut people up; by shutting them down. We didn't do that last year, so he talked. He's a real good player and he had a good game last year. I guess he wanted to tell us about it." Pili added...

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