Monday, March 13, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

William Kalec, Times-Picayune: Louisiana State running back Alley Broussard is far from a full recovery eight months after having surgery on his right knee.

Bradley Olson and Andrea F. Siegel, Baltimore Sun: The rape case against Lamar Owens has focused attention on drinking by Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy (registration).

Tom Kubat, Lafayette Journal and Courier: Former Purdue safety Bernard Pollard was not allowed to participate in on-campus workouts for NFL scouts after having a falling out with coach Joe Tiller.

Ryan Thorburn, Boulder Daily Camera: There is much work to do for new Colorado coach Dan Hawkins, including erasing the memory of that 70-7 loss to Texas. Plus five keys to the Buffs' spring (registration).

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: Missouri learned that it has an abundance of depth at safety after an injury to William Moore in the Independence Bowl.

Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: Marlon Lucky will get the first shot at replacing the productive Cory Ross as Nebraska's I-back.

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