J.P. Giglio and Lorenzo Perez, Raleigh News & Observer: A look at the ups, downs and all-arounds from the past weekened. (registration).
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Texas A&M was all hat and no cattle in its 42-14 loss to Iowa State (subscription, so story is located in comments).
Chris Low, Nashville Tennessean: Now that Randy Sanders has stepped aside as Tennessee's offensive coordinator, expect David Cutcliffe to get a call.
Dave Reardon, Honolulu Star-Bulletin: Hawaii officials are concerned after the Rainbows had their lowest attendance for a home game in nearly seven years.
Chris Dempsey, Denver Post: Texas is looking to Colorado for a boost in its quest to hold on to the No. 2 spot in the BCS standings.
Tom Luicci, Newark Star-Ledger: West Virginia might be young, but that's not all bad when you are trying to win the Big East.
Chad Hartley, Reno Gazette-Journal: They're taking out the trash at Boise State, where alleged remarks by Nevada players fired up the Broncos.
Craig Smith, Seattle Times: USC's bump and run tactics against Washington State coach Bill Doba might force the Pac-10 to change policy.
Bob Clark, Eugene Register-Guard: It's going to take some doing for the Pac-10 to fill its six bowl slots.