AT YOUR SERVICE: Army plays Navy in Philadelphia at 2 p.m. Saturday. This traditional rivalry signals the final day of college football's regular season and the first day of the postseason, as Central Michigan plays San Jose State in the California Bowl. HEISMAN WATCH: Ty Detmer became the first Brigham Young player to win the Heisman Trophy. Detmer, who has set or tied 25 NCAA passing and total offense records, is the third straight junior to win the award. Raghib "Rocket" Ismail, Notre Dame's all-purpose back, finished second. Colorado running back Eric Bieniemy was third.
Later in the evening, Hawaii defensive back Kenny Harper spoiled Detmer's celebration with three interceptions that led to touchdowns, and Hawaii ran away to a 59-28 upset of No. 4 Brigham Young. Hawaii's 59 points are the most scored against BYU.
Although Detmer's 319 yards passing -- which included three touchdowns -- gave him the single-season NCAA passing record, Hawaii's Garrett Gabriel was the more effective quarterback. He passed for 359 yards and three touchdowns as Hawaii toppled the Western Athletic Conference champion Cougars (10-2, 7-1) for the second straight year. ^ZSTILL A WRECK: Georgia Tech remained the nation's only unbeaten Division I-A team, completing its regular season with a 40-23 thrashing of Georgia. The second-ranked Yellow Jackets (10-0-1) have not lost in 15 games and will face Nebraska in the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1. NO HURRICANE: Miami quarterback Craig Erickson overcame a slow start to throw two touchdown passes and lead the third-ranked Hurricanes to a 30-28 victory at San Diego State. Aztecs quarterback Dan McGwire completed 32 of 53 passes for 323 yards and a pair of touchdowns. San Diego State's Patrick Rowe caught a four-yard pass on the last play of the game for his ninth reception of the day, which gave him 102 yards and his NCAA-record ninth straight 100-yard game. FLORIDA FLASH: Amp Lee ran for 147 yards and three touchdowns as No. 8 Florida State routed No. 6 Florida, 45-30. It was the eighth time in 15 meetings Bobby Bowden's team has defeated the Gators. AGGIE POWER: Texas A&M's Darren Lewis ran for 150 yards in a 28-27 loss to Texas, becoming the fifth rusher in NCAA history to surpass 5,000 career yards. The others: Tony Dorsett, Marcus Allen, Archie Griffin and Herschel Walker. SMALL SCHOOLS: Lycoming, Pa., extended its winning streak to 12 by upsetting previously undefeated Hofstra, 20-10, in the semifinals of the NCAA Division III playoffs. Lycoming will play in-state rival Allegheny in next Saturday's Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl at Bradenton, Fla. Allegheny (12-0-1) beat Central Iowa, 24-7.
North Dakota State defeated Pittsburg State (Kan.), 39-29, in a Division II battle of 12-0 teams. NDSU (13-0) will meet Indiana (Pa.) in Florence, Ala., for the national championship on Saturday. Indiana defeated Mississippi College, 27-8.