Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Bill Buchalter, Orlando Sentinel: Now that the hype surrounding the 2006 recruiting season has died down, let's assess the signings position by position.

Andy Staples, Tampa Tribune: Florida and Miami will resume their rivalry with games in 2008 and 2013.

Sarah Rothschild, Miami Herald: New Miami offensive coordinator Rich Olson has some ideas on how to jumpstart the offense (registration).

Paul Finebaum, Mobile Register: Patience paid off for Alabama and Mike Shula, who was given the time to rebuild the team.

B.G. Brooks, Rocky Mountain News: Although the teams do not have a signed contract, the Colorado-Colorado State series will continue.

Natalie Meisler, Denver Post: Marc Lubick, Colorado State's receivers coach and the son of coach Sonny Lubick, is battling cancer.

Bryan Strickland, Durham Herald-Sun: Ben Patrick, a tight end and team captain who led Duke in receptions last season, will transfer to Delaware for his final season.

Ron Higgins, Commercial Appeal: A team-by-team breakdown of spring football in the Southeastern Conference (registration).

Evan Woodbery, Mobile Register: Auburn begins spring practice, and new defensive coordinator Will Muschamp has work to do.

Josh Nelson, Ames Tribune: Former Iowa State defensive end Jason Berryman's freedom is now in the hands of the court.

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