By JOHN MARSHALL
AP College Football Writer
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Even in a town with limited sports options, Northern Arizona sometimes suffers from the same ho-hum support as so many other teams in Arizona, usually gaining attention only when it wins.
The Lumberjacks are on the verge of changing that behind a star running back, a gifted quarterback, the program's longest winning streak in 54 years and the possibility of a conference title.
The attitude won't change overnight, but the Jacks are chipping away.
"It's going to take time; it's going to have to be consistent over time," senior quarterback Cary Grossart said. "It's new, but I think people have started to notice toward the end of the season as we started winning -- winning always helps."
Northern Arizona (8-2, 6-1 Big Sky) wasn't supposed to be in this position, at least according to the coaches in the Big Sky Conference. The Lumberjacks haven't won more than six games the previous eight seasons and the coaches saw no ...