Saturday, December 10, 2005

Reporters' Notebooks

Mark Anderson, Las Vegas Review-Journal: A first for the Las Vegas Bowl. The Brigham Young-California matchup officially is a sellout.

Charles Durrenberger, Arizona Daily Star: Instant replay in the Pac-10 is getting a big thumbs up.

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: Lou Holtz's 1988 Notre Dame team won the national title, but he considers the 1989 team to be his best.

Brendan Riley, Associated Press: At least somebody is winning. Nevada casinos hauled in a record $1.06 billion in October, their biggest month ever.

Andy Vasquez, Orlando Sentinel: Nobody will travel as far to get to a postseason destination, but Central Florida isn't complaining about going to Hawaii.

Clifton Brown, New York Times: The consensus among NFL scouts is that Texas' Vince Young would benefit with another year at the college level (registration).

Neill Woelk, Boulder Daily Camera: Colorado is taking a streamlined approach to finding a replacement for Gary Barnett (registration).

John Shipley, St. Paul Pioneer Press: Is Minnesota getting ready to part ways with Glen Mason after the 2006 season? (registration)

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