Thursday, October 26, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Scalpers are already asking $4,270 for a lower-level club seat to the Nov. 18 Michigan-Ohio State game at Columbus.

Doug Lesmeries, Plain Dealer: Ohio State has replaced the turf at Ohio Stadium, but Buckeye receiver Ted Ginn says the new sod is worse than the surface it replaced.

Wendell Barnhouse, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: The must-read conference calls. A league-by-league collection of information and observations on this week's games (registration).

Jimmy Burch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Big 12 Insider. Why Texas Tech could be in a good spot to pull an upset against Texas. (registration).

Ben Bolch, Los Angeles Times: Former Miami linebacker Willie Williams has restarted his career at West Los Angeles College and is drawing interest from UCLA.

C.L. Brown, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville's "Nate Harris Rule" — making player interviews off-limits to reporters who cover opposing teams — has riled up West Virginia reporters.

Mark Craig, Star Tribune: Former Minnesota running back Laurence Maroney says Golden Gopher coach Glen Mason can utilize his talent better.

Iliana Limon, Albuquerque Tribune: If New Mexico wants to play in the hometown New Mexico Bowl, it will have to win three of its final four games.


swindlerjackson said...

This story needs to be told. You are just the man to do it.

Please help expose this. All sources haven't indicated it's true.

Thank you.

dawizofodds said...

Thanks for the tip. A lot of rumors going around, including one that Ted Ginn broke his toe. You can find it here:

We suspect to see many more as the Michigan-Ohio State game draws near.