Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times: USC is trying to clean up the mess by ordering players to provide more detailed information about housing situations this season.

Tim May, Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State offensive coordinator Jim Bollman is back on the job, less than three months after undergoing heart bypass surgery.

Brian Bennett and Brett Dawson, Louisville Courier-Journal: Driven by fear of the Internet, more coaches are limiting access to media and fans.

Joseph Person, Columbia State: Speak of the devil! Steve Spurrier, saying too much information was being posted on the Internet, has closed South Carolina practices.

Scott Wright, Oklahoman: Continuing a nationwide trend, Oklahoma is said to be in preliminary discussions with a station to have its games broadcast in Spanish (registration).

Manny Navarro, Miami Herald: With no I-A takers, linebacker Willie Williams ends his Miami career and heads for Pearl River Community College (registration).

B.G. Brooks, Rocky Mountain News: Colorado coach Dan Hawkins has booted a second 2005 starter in the secondary from the team.

Jeff Haney, Las Vegas Sun: The golden age of bonus hustling appears to be over now that the feds are trying to crack down on Internet wagering.

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