Friday, December 23, 2005

Columnists' Corner

Jason King, Kansas City Star: Houston and Kansas players have been trading insults all week. They settle it on the field Friday night (registration).

Tom Hoffarth, L.A. Daily News: Too many bowls? Ratings show that the viewing public can't get enough.

Dick Harmon, Deseret Morning News: Brigham Young scored 28 points in losing to California in the Las Vegas Bowl. It should have been enough to win.

Double D, Boston Herald: One of the Wiz's favorite handicapping columns is back, with a look at the coming week's bowl games.

Jeff Shain, Miami Herald: Texas, owner of the fifth-worst graduation rate in Division I-A football, is playing for the nation championship (registration).

Dave George, Palm Beach Post: Could the BCS possibly evolve into a playoff system? It might be closer than you think.

Geoff Calkins, Commercial Appeal: Memphis running back DeAngelo Williams will be doing plenty of running before the Motor City Bowl (registration).

David Whitley, Orlando Sentinel: Do we turn on Kalakaua, Kapiolani or Keeaumoku? Central Florida players have plenty to worry about in Hawaii.

Randy King, Roanoke Times: Three Virginia Tech linemen will carpool 700 miles to get to the Gator Bowl.

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