Monday, June 11, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Natalie Meisler, Denver Post: You're kidding yourself if you think college football isn't a year-round endeavor. Look at what is happening in Colorado.

Bart Wright, Greenville News: How is that relationship between Steve Spurrier and defensive backs coach Ron Cooper going these days?

Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald: Georgia could be without starting tight end Tripp Chandler for the opener against Oklahoma State after the junior was arrested on alcohol-related charges Sunday morning along with third-string quarterback Blake Barnes.

850 The Blog: Beginning of the end for Count Florida, USC, Ohio State and Oklahoma among teams leaving Scout and reaching affiliate agreements with ESPN.

Barry Jackson, Miami Herald: This is what a brawl can do for an opponent Miami should not be playing to begin with. ESPNU will carry the rematch between the Hurricanes and Florida International.

Paul Buker, Oregonian: Oregon State offensive coordinator Danny Langsdorf recently donated a kidney to Laurie Cavanaugh, the wife of Beaver offensive line coach Matt Cavanaugh.

Kevin Scarbinsky, Birmingham News: Alabama's Nick Saban: "As bad as I've been treated in some circles in the media, I'm responsible for that. I'm responsible."

Doug Smock, Charleston Gazette: Think Marshall's migration from the Mid-American Conference to Conference USA was a lateral move? Count the money before you answer.

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