Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Michigan coach Lloyd Carr said he was merely doing his duty in telling Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany about James Filson, the official who continued to work conference games despite having lost an eye in an accident in 2000.

Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press: Michigan receiver/quarterback Antonio Bass, who suffered a knee injury in the spring, could be done playing football.

Joe Rexrode and Tim Kirby, Lansing State Journal: Defensive back prospect Ken Tinney, who received a "one-way ticket" out of East Lansing, could be returning to Michigan State.

Shawn Courchesne, Hartford Courant: Connecticut receiver Seth Fogarty suffered leg and foot injuries in an all-terrain vehicle accident and his playing career could be over.

Kimra McPherson, San Jose Mercury News: A San Jose State defensive back was jailed on robbery charges for allegedly using classified ads on Craigslist to lure victims, then meeting them and zapping the victims with a Taser.

Susan Miller Degnan, Miami Herald: Miami's turbulent offseason continued, as coach Larry Coker suspended four players for the opener against Florida State (registration).

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