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.
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