Monday, April 02, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Lee Higgins and Joe Person, Columbia State: The brother of South Carolina defensive tackle Nathan Pepper was arrested outside Williams-Brice Stadium and charged with murder. Thanks to the Midwest Correspondent.

Ron Morris, Columbia State: Clemson coach Tommy Bowden addresses the negativity surrounding his program.

Mark Fagan, Lawrence Journal-World: Moving this season’s Kansas-Missouri game to Arrowhead Stadium will cost Kansas, Douglas County and the city of Lawrence a combined $713,000.

Jim Carty, Ann Arbor News: Has Adrian Arrington been booted from the Michigan team? There appears to be wiggle room for his return.

Tom Kubat, Lafayette Journal and Courier: A myriad of problems for Purdue coach Joe Tiller, who is trying to unravel events surrounding the stabbing of receiver Selwyn Lymon.

Mitch Vingle, Charleston Gazette: Is hotshot running back recruit Noel Devine a great pickup or a gamble for West Virginia?

Ted Miller, Seattle Post-Intelligencer: The Pacific 10 appears to be as deep as it has been in years, so don't expect USC to have an easy path to the BCS title game.

R.J. Morgan, Commercial Appeal: Mississippi State coach Sylvester Croom says his team needs to work on conditioning now that spring practice has concluded.

Ryan Callahan, Tennessean: Tennessee's lack of offense during its spring game is a concern to coach Phillip Fulmer.

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