Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Joseph Duarte, Houston Chronicle: Big 12 commissioner Kevin Weiberg says the possibility of the financially strapped Houston Bowl being played this year is a "50-50 proposition."

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: Missouri needs to secure its borders. Top-flight prep players continue to head out of state.

Jerry Hill, Waco Tribune: Baylor, which is making the move to the spread offense, is trying to corner the market on receivers.

Kurt Caywood, Topeka Capital-Journal: Former Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is slowly adjusting to life away from the game.

Alan Trubow, Austin American-Statesman: Two more players have given oral commitments to coach Mack Brown, bringing Texas' non-binding commitment number to 21 for the class of 2007 (registration).

Randy Kenner, Knoxville News Sentinel: Tennessee is on the verge of a huge marketing deal that could exceed $80 million (registration).

Cecil Hurt, Tuscaloosa News: Alabama safety Chris Keys and cornerback Travis Robinson are no longer members of the team (registration).

Richard Cirminiello, College Football News: One man's opinion on teams that routinely are overrated or underrated.

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