Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Chadd Cripe, Idaho Statesman: Boise State has finalized an agreement with three filmmakers to produce a documentary about the Broncos' 2006 season.

Scott Carter, Tampa Tribune: Florida State coach Bobby Bowden has denied a scholarship release for Brandon Warren, the team's fifth-leading receiver as a freshman who is reportedly set to enroll at Tennessee.

Randy Riggs, Austin American-Statesman: With the Cotton Bowl Classic moving to the new Dallas Cowboys stadium in 2010, what does it mean for the Red River Shootout between Oklahoma and Texas?

Bill Koch, Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati officials now say they were notified Feb. 8 — not Feb. 14 — of allegations that four football players and four recruits engaged in sex acts with a former women's soccer player during a recruiting visit. The sex acts were reportedly videotaped and distributed on campus. Thanks to Steroid Nation.

John Delong, Winston-Salem Journal: Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe, 55, cashed in on his 11-3 season, signing a 10-year contract.

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