Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Demian Bulwa, San Francisco Chronicle: California quarterback Steve Levy was suspended from the team after his arrest in San Francisco for allegedly throwing a pint glass at a doorman who had asked him to leave a North Beach pub.

Jim Moore, Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Former Washington coach Don James, aka the Dawgfather, retired in 1993, but he still can dish it out.

Adam Smeltz, Centre Daily Times: Penn State students bought their allotment of 21,000 season tickets in a record 13 days.

Andrew Gilman, Oklahoman: Oklahoma State starting running back Mike Hamilton could be challenged for the job by Dantrell Savage, a recruit from a Mississippi junior college (registration).

Brandon Chatmon, Oklahoman: Gerald Jones, a prep quarterback in Oklahoma, is drawing a lot of attention from big name teams (registration).

Bryan Mullen, Commercial Appeal: Jermaine Doster decided to follow the footsteps of his late brother and attend Vanderbilt (registration).

Ian R. Rapoport, Clarion-Ledger: Mississippi State has a surprising 17 commitments for its class of 2007, second to Texas' 22.

Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: Florida State coach Bobby Bowden was in Lincoln for a speaking engagement and, as usual, had plenty to say.

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: Backup Notre Dame quarterback David Wolke has decided to transfer, leaving only nine members of the class of 2004 still on the roster.

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