Monday, October 16, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Adam Kilgore, Washington Post: Not so fast. Virginia's athletic director says Al Groh will return as coach next season.

Brian Costa and Pete Pelegrin, Miami Herald: Thirteen Miami players and 18 Florida International players have been suspended for their involvement in "The Backyard Brawl." Video.

Jorge Milian, Palm Beach Post: Don't worry. Miami coach Larry Coker says he has control of the program.

Chris Low, Tennessean: Coach Fulmer, your Tennessee team whipped California, yet the Golden Bears are ranked ahead of the Volunteers in the BCS standings.

Andrew Logue, Des Moines Register: Coach Ferentz, your Iowa team just lost to Indiana. One question: Why?

Brett Vito, Denton Record-Chronicle: North Texas coach Darrell Dickey is recovering from a heart attack he suffered last week.

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Texas Tech coach Mike Leach said he plans to investigate a spitting incident involving offensive lineman Brandon Carter, who showered a Colorado fan after the Red Raiders' loss to the Buffaloes.

Brendan Loy: The Irish Trojan's blog states the case for Oct. 15, 2005 being the greatest day in the history of the college game.

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