Monday, May 01, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Pete Thamel, New York Times: Officials of the bowl championship series completed their annual meeting and it's clear they are content without a playoff format (registration).

Eugene Register-Guard: The paper takes a detailed look at where Oregon stands after spring drills. (registration).

Eugene Register-Guard: A position-by-position look at Oregon State, which completed spring drills Saturday (registration).

Michelle Smith, San Francisco Chronicle: Stanford's offensive line made strides this spring, but the defensive line has much work to do.

Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin, known for its running game, will enter the fall with freshman P.J. Hill as the starting tailback.

Dave Newbart, Chicago Sun-Times: Illinois officials say the NCAA decision that branded Chief Illiniwek "hostile and abusive" will have "an unbelievably negative effect" on its teams.

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