Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Keith Whitmire, Dallas Morning News: Chris Todd, who is vying with Ryan Rowland to become Texas Tech's starting quarterback, apparently broke Rowland's nose Monday in a post-practice scuffle (registration).

Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times: Fullback Brandon Hancock blew out a knee and his USC career is over. Plus, receiver Dwayne Jarrett and offensive lineman Thomas Herring were briefly detained by police.

Tom Mulhern, Wisconsin State Journal: Quarterback Allan Evridge, who left Kansas State last week, is transferring to Wisconsin.

Tom Kubat, Lafayette Journal & Courier: Purdue coach Joe Tiller is no fan of a 12th regular-season game.

Terry Hutchens, Indianapolis Star: Indiana receiver James Hardy, his legal troubles behind him, has been cleared to play in the opener.

Kevin Haskin, Topeka Capital-Journal: Eric Butler, the Kansas player who went to court to have eligibility restored because men should have a "pregnancy waiver" similar to women athletes at NCAA institutions, had a legal setback.

Zombie Time: If you are one of the many journalists who visit our site, check this out. A look at alleged photo fraud taking place at Reuters.

3 comments:

college football fan said...

I've enjoyed reading your blog in the past, but if you're going to start posting links to people with political axes to grind, then I'll be saying so long.

Anonymous said...

If you an axe to grind against Purdue's Coach, try calling Tiller up. This year he has a phone number and a website. www.866-i-luv-coach.com The phone number works. Vent all you want. You may end up on a TV commercial or website.

unrealc─▒ said...

I've enjoyed reading your blog in the past, but if you're going to start posting links to people with political axes to grind, then I'll be saying so long.