Monday, February 26, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Ryan Suchomel, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Iowa State is asking Iowa season ticket holders to pay $90 a ticket to see this fall's game between the rivals in Ames.

Marcus R. Fuller, Pioneer Press: Minnesota is close to completing an apparel deal with Nike that would possibly save the school $300,000 a year.

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: A preview of spring practices for Big 12 Conference teams.

Manhattan Mercury: Kansas State has finalized details for a Sept. 1 nationally televised game at Auburn.

Lawrence Journal-World: Kansas has released final renderings of the Anderson Family Football Complex, the latest step in the construction of the $31 million facility.

Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman: It has been 20 years since Southern Methodist was given the death penalty by the NCAA. The Mustangs have yet to recover.

Bill Koch, Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati officials say they are making progress in an investigation into charges that four players and four recruits had sex with a former soccer player during a recruiting visit.

Idaho Statesman: A Boise State assistant has banned players from wearing Fiesta Bowl gear during workouts.

Paul Strelow, Columbia State: Clemson president James Barker has appointed two committees to review the school's admissions process for recruits.

Athens Banner-Herald: A Georgia linebacker was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.

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