Sunday, March 12, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Ryan Callahan, Tennessean: Tennessee's inexperience on both lines was evident during a two-hour scrimmage. "Really, the best thing we did was protect the punter," Coach Phillip Fulmer said.

Jessie Patterson, Tuscaloosa News: It's beginning to look like Alabama is going to miss Brodie Croyle. The candidates to replace the quarterback continue to struggle (registration).

Collin Mickle, Opelika-Auburn News: Auburn's pass rush was described as "seemingly unblockable" during the Tigers' second scrimmage of the spring.

Lonnie White, Los Angeles Times: UCLA sophomore quarterback Ben Olson struggled early but finished strong during a 90-minute scrimmage.

Will Vandervort, Columbia State: Clemson freshman receiver Jacoby Ford, who enrolled in January, made a big impression in the Tigers' first scrimmage of the spring.

John Sutter, Oklahoman: Oklahoma quarterback Rhett Bomar was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol while attending a Hornets' game (registration).

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