Friday, July 13, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Berry Tramel, Oklahoman: Since the winter of 1988-89, the NCAA has handed down 46 major-infraction cases in Division I-A football. Only 13 included a bowl ban, and only four of those have come since 1995.

Mike Koehler, Oklahoman: It's time to look back and remember those eight wins in 2005 that Oklahoma has been asked to "vacate."

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: If ticket sales are an indication of fan interest, then 2007 figures to be the most anticipated Missouri season in a while.

Howard Richman, Kansas City Star: Coach Ron Prince says there will be no quarterback controversy at Kansas State.

Kyle Hightower, Orlando Sentinel: Central Florida has set a record for season tickets, but officials still fell 4,300 shy of their goal.

Toledo Blade: Ohio State coach Jim Tressel, his wife, Ellen, and her parents have donated $1 million for a sports practice center at Youngstown State.

And here is today's mystery link.

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