Saturday, March 04, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Adam Smeltz and Pete Bosak, Centre Daily Times: Former Penn State defensive tackle Scott Paxson, who is facing charges of sexual, indecent and aggravated assault, was allowed to play the 2005 season despite allegations that he violated the student code of conduct.

Pro Football Talk: The site that reported Vince Young's alleged score of 6 on his first Wonderlic test now says the former Texas quarterback actually scored a 7 (scroll down on page).

Arthur L. Mack, Mobile Register: Former Alabama quarterback Brodie Croyle is the latest player to cash in on the autograph circuit.

Jeff White, Richmond Times-Dispatch: Virginia coach Al Groh promoted his son, Mike, to offensive coordinator.

Marlon W. Morgan, Commercial Appeal: Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron is fired up. The Rebels open spring practice on Saturday (registration).

Bob Spear, Columbia State: Clemson coach Tommy Bowden, father of Lauren Bowden, believes he has the replacement for quarterback Charlie Whitehurst in fifth-year senior Will Proctor.

Tim Bisel, Topeka Capital-Journal: Coach Ron Prince has grand plans for spicing up Kansas State's spring game.

Carter Strickland, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Rebuilding Georgia's secondary will be a priority this spring (registration).

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