Monday, March 06, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Rick Kaipust, Omaha World-Herald: Nebraska strength coach Dave Kennedy is one of the best in the business. Here's why.

Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: If Turner Gill can put a charge into a moribund Buffalo program, he'll become a revered figure on a campus he didn't know existed until a few months ago.

Patrick Obley, Columbia State: It this the year for Clemson? The Tigers return 18 starters and have depth to back it up.

Jerry Hill, Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor, riding a wave of optimism, opens spring practice Monday night under the lights.

Marc Narducci, Philadelphia Inquirer: Penn State linebacker Paul Posluszny, who suffered a knee injury in the Orange Bowl, says his rehab is on schedule (registration).

Mike DeArmond and Howard Richman, Kansas City Star: Missouri tailback Tony Temple and offensive tackle Kyle Riggs will miss spring practice. Plus, Kansas State added its third oral commitment for the 2007 class (registration).

Evan Woodbery, Mobile Register: New Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp is adding plenty of energy to spring drills.

Pro Football Talk: A source tells the site that the NFL's full report of Wonderlic scores did not include a result for Vince Young and that the former Texas quarterback did not score a 16 on his second try. He scored a 7. You'll have to scroll down a ways to see the item.

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