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Keenum Gives Houston Chance vs. Any Team

Smiley N. Pool/Houston Chronicle

The most prolific passer in college football history may well be quarterbacking the only undefeated team of the college football season after this weekend.

And, shamefully, Case Keenum and his Houston Cougars still wouldn't get within a million miles and 100 Sagarin points of the BCS National Championship Game.

"I feel good about us playing with anybody in the country right now," Keenum told me earlier this week as his 12-0 team prepared for Saturday's Conference USA Championship Game against Southern Miss. "…I grew up in Texas and got a chance to win a state high school ...

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