Sunday, March 26, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Joseph Person, Columbia State: That was quite the fracas at the Pour House early Friday morning. Police have issued a warrant for former South Carolina linebacker Dustin Lindsey for his involvement, and defensive end Shea McKeen has already been arrested.

Ron Higgins, Commercial Appeal: Haven't been keeping up with developments this spring in the Southeastern Conference? Here's a synopsis to get you up to speed (registration).

Jeff Rice, Centre Daily Times: Linebacker Paul Posluszny, who tore two ligaments in his right knee in the Orange Bowl, won't be participating in spring drills.

Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Former Wisconsin tailback Booker Stanley is likely going to stand trail for allegedly sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend.

John Helsley, Oklahoman: Rough and rugged Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson won't be getting much contact work this spring.

Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: Former Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost has joined the enemy. He will become a graduate assistant at Kansas State.

Chip Towers, Atlanta Journal Constitution: A breakdown of the quarterback race at Georgia after Saturday's two-hour scrimmage (registration).

Chip Alexander, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina State is looking for replacements for standout defensive ends Mario Williams and Manny Dawson (registration).

Andy Hamilton, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Former Iowa cornerback Jovon Johnson's name has surfaced in a probe over players who might have received improper benefits from a cellular phone company employee who has since been fired.

Sean Keeler, Des Moines Register: New Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard appears to mean business, but coach Dan McCarney says he is not feeling any heat.

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