Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Mark Janssen, Manhattan Mercury: Trouble at Kansas State, where quarterback Allen Webb failed to make the grades and will transfer to Texas College, an NAIA school (registration).

Randy Kenner, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Tennessee defensive back Marsalous Johnson was charged with aggravated assault after he allegedly pointed a toy weapon at another driver on Interstate 40 (registration).

Don Ruiz, Tacoma News Tribune: More reaction from Pac-10 coaches on the controversial 3-2-5-e rule that will significantly reduce the number of plays in a game (registration).

Keith Whitmire, Dallas Morning News: Texas Tech defensive back Anthony Hines remains hospitalized after being stabbed during a fight outside of a bar (registration).

Robbi Pickeral, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina, in hopes of bringing in a new stream of revenue, has launched a frequent-flier kind of points-accumulation program for fans shopping at selected Internet sites (registration).

Joseph Person, Columbia State: South Carolina has suspended two reserves for the first three games for violating "university policy."

Paul Strelow, Columbia State: Temple is trying to get out of a game against Clemson, scheduled to be played Sept. 15, 2007 at Charlotte.

Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: High pay and high pressure assure a high turnover rate in coaching (registration).

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