Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Joseph Person, Columbia State: Coming Monday: (the HBC is for Head Ball Coach). For $29.95 for three months or $99.95 a year, subscribers can access “inside news and photos,” archived broadcasts of Spurrier’s TV and radio shows and a question-and-answer feature.

Ryan Wood, Lawrence Journal-World: A Kansas official is firing back at ESPN's Mark Schlabach for labeling the Jayhawks' schedule the easiest in the country.

Glenn Guilbeau, Monroe News Star: Hey Les Miles, why not go ahead and schedule USC?

Mike Kaszuba, Minneapolis Star-Tribune: Minnesota is finding it difficult to raise money to finance its new $288.5 million stadium.

Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press: Michigan is dumping Nike for Adidas in an eight-year deal worth $7.5 million a year, believed to be Adidas' largest with a public university.

Evan Woodbery, Mobile Press-Register: Former Auburn coach Terry Bowden said he doesn't rule out a return to the sidelines.

Emily Badger, Orlando Sentinel: Florida State has agreed to play a neutral-site regular-season game in Orlando in either 2012 or 2013 if a planned renovation of the Citrus Bowl is completed.

Brad Schmidt and Jeff Smith, Oregonian: Oregon's top recruit is ineligible and Dexter Manley II, the son of the former NFL lineman, has decided to transfer.

Mick McGrane, Sand Diego Union-Tribune: The losses continue to already pile up for San Diego State. Senior offensive lineman Peter Manuma is academically ineligible and has left school.

And here is today's mystery link.

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