Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Michael Pointer, Indianapolis Star: Purdue is first member of the Big Ten to form a partnership with online ticket broker StubHub.

Larry Bowen, Bryan-College Station Eagle: A high school kicker who has drilled a 61-yarder is trying to graduate early and enroll at Texas A&M.

Andrew Gilman, Oklahoman: Oklahoma State prefers to play night games, but all that could change if the Cowboys start winning (registration).

Andy Staples, Tampa Tribune: Florida's secondary, in need of help after the dismissal of projected starter Avery Atkins, could be getting help from Utah cornerback Ryan Smith.

Scott Rabalais, Baton Rouge Advocate: Louisiana State coach Les Miles is back from his USO tour of Iraq and preparing for the opening of camp.

Map Game Day: Wanted to slip in a plug for this site, which we recently added to our list of links. It allows fans to create online sharable maps of their favorite stadiums.

1 comment:

Penn State Football said...

Two things:

1) The "evils" of ticket scalping are way overblown. I love being able to show up at a game and buy tickets outside the stadium, usually for less than face value. We don't object when other things are sold to the highest bidder, like stocks, bonds, and cans of corn, but somehow tickets belong in a different class. Silly.

2) Map Game Day is way cool and will only get better with time.