Monday, September 11, 2006

Columnists' Corner

Pete Thamel, New York Times: A look at the seven games between teams ranked in the Associated Press top 25 this Saturday (registration).

Chris Dufrense, Los Angeles Times: By not playing this past weekend, USC once again proved it is the best team in the Pacific 10.

Barker Davis, Washington Times: After two weeks, it's clear that Ohio State and Notre Dame are the best teams in the land.

John Niyo, Detroit News: Never underestimate the value of a senior quarterback in a big game, especially on the road.

Norman Chad, Seattle Post-Intelligencer: The Couch Slouch says intercollegiate athletics should be abolished.

Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune: If Notre Dame stops Michigan's running game, the Fighting Irish likely will be 11-0 entering the finale at USC.

Jeff Rice, Centre Daily Times: For those who are gluttons for punishment, here's a rundown of what Penn State needs to fix and fix fast.

David Whitley, Orlando Sentinel: Who needs Tim Tebow when you have Chris Leak? In other words, there is no quarterback controversy at Florida, at least this week.

Doug Segrest, Birmingham News: A look back at the snapshots from an entertaining Week 2.

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