Thursday, August 10, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Kelly Whiteside, USA Today: First national piece on the controversial 3-2-5-e rule that will cut plays from games (thanks to Brian).

Scott Wolf, L.A. Daily News: USC receiver Dwayne Jarrett had his eligibility restored by the NCAA and will not have to sit out any games.

Jorge Milian, Palm Beach Post: Troy has decided to take a pass on Willie Williams, leaving the linebacker searching for a new team.

George Schroeder, Oklahoman: The father of former Oklahoma quarterback Rhett Bomar said his son will be enrolled in a new school within two weeks (registation).

Howard Richman, Kansas City Star: Kansas State is down to two quarterbacks on its roster after Allan Evridge decided to transfer (registration).

Mike Finger, San Antonio Express-News: He would like to issue a warning to everybody about the danger of fan sites.

Julian Benbow, Boston Globe: Messy situation at Harvard, of all places. Quarterback Liam O'Hagan has been suspended for five games for violating team rules.

Ken Gordon, Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State has suspended starting tight end Marcel Frost for the season.

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