Friday, June 29, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Mick McGrane, San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego State sophomore quarterback Kevin Craft might play for his dad at Mount San Antonio Community College, which comes as news to Aztec coach Chuck Long. Kraft's dad, Tom, is the former coach at San Diego State.

Paul Strelow, Columbia State: Clemson and Auburn have agreed to a home-and-home series in 2010 and 2011. Clemson had to back out of an agreement to play Pittsburgh.

Tom Witosky, Des Moines Register: Iowa State's athletic department will be permitted to have a religious adviser, university president Gregory Geoffroy said.

Brent Zwerneman, San Antonio Express-News: When "war" really isn't a war.

Carl DuBois, Baton Rouge Advocate: Louisiana State coach Les Miles said sophomores Ryan Perrilloux and Ricky Jean-Francois are enrolled in summer school, but he declined to talk in detail about a timetable for their full reinstatement with the Tigers.

Christopher Walsh, Tuscaloosa News: Former Alabama quarterback Jimmy Barnes has transferred to Weber State, which opens at Boise State.

Seth Emerson, Columbia State: Did the person who stabbed South Carolina recruit Quintin Richardson act in self-defense?

Palm Beach Post: Former Miami coach Larry Coker has a new job. He will work as an analyst on select games for ESPNU this fall.

Baltimore Sun: Maryland junior offensive tackle Jared Gaither, who was declared ineligible for the upcoming season, is leaving school and will apply for entry into the NFL supplemental draft.

And here is today's mystery link.

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