Thursday, August 03, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Marlon Morgan, Commercial Appeal: Good news for Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron. Quarterback Brent Schaeffer made the grade and is in Oxford (registration).

Chris Low, Tennessean: Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer has dismissed one player and suspended another.

Tommy Deas, Tuscaloosa News: Alabama's renovated Bryant-Denny Stadium will arguably have the best visiting locker room in the SEC.

Jim Kleinpeter, Times-Picayune: Louisiana State players are no longer participating in the trendy yoglates program because of a conflict with NCAA rules.

Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Kenny James, the projected starter at Washington's dangerously thin running back position, has a broken radius bone in his right forearm.

John Moredich, Tucson Citizen: Two five-star defensive line prospects failed to show when Arizona reported for fall camp.

Aaron Fentress, Oregonian: Reason for concern at Oregon. Nike co-founder and Duck booster Phil Knight has changed course, giving $105 million to Pac-10 rival Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

Dan Collins, Winston-Salem Journal: Wake Forest is the latest team that wants to add luxury boxes to its stadium.

Jorge Milian, Palm Beach Post: Assorted misbehavior and general scandal. This has been an offseason to forget for Miami.

Loran Smith, Athens Banner-Herald: Former coach Bill Dooley is thankful to be alive after suffering two stomach aneurisms.

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