Glenn Guilbeau, Shreveport Times: Georgia was voted as having the most difficult non-conference schedule by a panel of 12 voters at the Southeastern Conference spring meetings.
Christopher Walsh, Tuscaloosa News: Presidents and chancellors of the SEC rejected the idea of pursuing a national playoff system, but will instead turn their efforts to tweaking the Bowl Championship Series.
Scott Rabalais, Baton Rouge Advocate: Notes from the SEC meetings, including word that the conference is in discussions about creating a TV network.
Scott Cain, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: Arkansas fans are lined up for luxury boxes. There is a waiting list of nearly 200 for Reynolds Razorback Stadium suites.
Natalie Meisler, Denver Post: Colorado unveiled new uniforms that have reflective fabric on the jersey numerals.
Barry Jackson, Miami Herald: Miami officials now say a decision on moving to Dolphin Stadium from the Orange Bowl won't be made until later this summer.
Brett McMurphy, Tampa Tribune: South Florida running back Ricky Ponton, who was suspended for six games last season for a violation of team rules, will transfer. Junior starting safety Danny Verpaele has been ruled ineligible for the 2007 season.
John Maher, Austin American-Statesman: Texas coach Mack Brown gave little indication of what discipline, if any, defensive end Henry Melton would face after his arrest for driving while intoxicated.
Louisville Courier-Journal: Indiana athletic director Rick Greenspan won't speculate what action he might take should ailing coach Terry Hoeppner be unable to return to the team before summer practice.