Thursday, May 11, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Kyle Ringo, Boulder Daily Camera: In the first year of a new donor seating program, season-ticket renewals at Colorado were at 64% (registration).

Oklahoman: Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops lost consciousness for a few moments, but didn't lose his lunch during a ride with the Navy's Blue Angels (registration).

Dirk Chatelain, Omaha World-Herald: Chris Dukes and Joe Dailey were unhappy at Nebraska, but did the quarterbacks find what they were looking for after they transferred? (registration)

Melissa Pinion-Whitt, Ontario Daily Bulletin: Ivory Webb, the former Iowa receiver who shot an unarmed Air Force senior airman at the end of a car chase in January, no longer works for the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.

John Tomase, Boston Herald: It looks like Florida coach Urban Meyer has a new buddy in New England Patriot counterpart Bill Belichick.

John Maher, Austin American-Statesman: Texas is installing the world's largest high-definition screen in Royal-Memorial Stadium (registration).

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