Monday, May 08, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

John Heuser, Ann Arbor News: If you get a chance to read only one piece today, check out this gem on former Michigan running back Tony Boles.

Doug Lesmerises, Plain Dealer: At Ohio State, they have class, which is a reason Buckeye players trying to make NFL rosters are forced to show up late for work.

Scott Wolf, L.A. Daily News: Chauncey Washington appears to have regained his eligibility, meaning he likely will be USC's starting tailback.

Joe Starkey, Tribune-Review: Angry? You betcha. Pittsburgh coach Dave Wannstedt let it be known that receiver Greg Lee's decision to leave early — then not get drafted — was a big mistake.

Carter Strickland, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The addition of the 12th game will likely mean that true freshmen will see increased playing time (registration).

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: A lack of talent? Missouri's 11 players under contract in the NFL rank ninth in the Big 12, ahead of only Baylor, Iowa State and Kansas.

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