Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Dave Dye, Detroit News: Michigan State coach John L. Smith says video shows no Spartan player hit Notre Dame coach Crewcut Charlie Weis during a sideline scuffle.

Ryan Suchomel, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Tickets for the Ohio State-Iowa game are going for as much as $1,000.

Ray Fittipaldo, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: In Penn State's case, numbers do lie.

Jerry Hill, Waco Tribune: Baylor has a problem. It's the most penalized team in the land.

Tom Luicci, Newark Star-Ledger: Rutgers has started to promote running back Ray Rice as a Heisman candidate.

Doug Segrest, Birmingham News: A look back at the week that was in college football.

Dave Reardon, Honolulu Star-Bulletin: Problems with the charter flight kept Hawaii on the road an extra 16 hours after the loss at Boise State.

Chris Dempsey, Denver Post: Missouri is 4-0, but are the Tigers for real or merely a pussycat?

Richard Lake, Clarion Ledger: A star recruit pushes on and disputes a "learning disabled" label.

Jeff Carlton, Greensboro News-Record: North Carolina coach John Bunting has been given a vote of confidence.

Jeff Latzke, Associated Press: A Conference USA replay official has been suspended for overturning a call in the Houston-Oklahoma State game.

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