Thursday, December 22, 2005

Columnists' Corner

Jason King, Kansas City Star: The breakfast included pancakes. The talk included football. And Kansas athletic director Lew Perkins put on the butter and syrup when talking about Mark Mangino's program (registration).

Matthew Aguilar, El Paso Times: Jordan Palmer's poor play in the GMAC Bowl raises questions about his ability to lead Texas El Paso next season.

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: You have questions, we have answers. What you need to know about the Notre Dame-Ohio State matchup in the Fiesta Bowl.

Jeff Shain, Miami Herald: Winners, please. He gets busy with predictions for the coming week's bowl games (registration).

Mike Finger, San Antonio Express-News: In an effort to help you in your postseason investments, he offers his two cents on which side to take (registration).

John Rohde, Oklahoman: They're getting nervous in Norman. USC is only 14 victories shy of breaking Oklahoma's NCAA record winning streak of 47.

Mark Bradley, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia Tech isn't happy about having to play in the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco. "We got screwed," tailback P.J. Daniels said (registration).

Al Jones, Biloxi Sun Herald: Southern Mississippi wasn't at its best, but the Golden Eagles were good enough to finish a turbulent season with a victory against Arkansas State.

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