Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Columnists' Corner

Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Mike Hart, the heart and soul of unbeaten Michigan, deserves serious consideration for the Heisman.

Bob Kravitz, Indianapolis Star: Has Joe Tiller grown resigned to Purdue's mediocrity?

Mike Huguenin, Orlando Sentinel: If Notre Dame earns a bid to a BCS bowl, it can thank UCLA coach Karl Dorrell.

Ned Barnett, Raleigh News & Observer: Now that North Carolina has fired John Bunting, it must decide the importance of football (registration).

Guy Junker, Tribune-Review: Penn State and Pittsburgh could be headed for 8-4 seasons, but really, each team has gotten fat playing losers.

Dave Hickman, Charleston Gazette: The question seems a bit silly, but what is wrong with Louisville's offense?

Steve Politi, Newark Star-Ledger: Rutgers is not only the best story in college football, the Scarlet Knights are very, very good.

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