Sunday, August 12, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Chris Foster, Los Angeles Times: After two days of meetings and nearly three weeks of legal limbo, receivers coach Eric Scott will be allowed to return to the UCLA team.

Drew Sharp, Detroit Free Press: Hail to the hypocrites. Michigan's arrogance is academic.

John Henderson, Denver Post: With kickoffs being moved back to the 30, expect to more starters on special teams.

Pete Bosak, Centre Daily Times: Police in State College are busy making plans for Notre Dame's visit to Penn State's Beaver Stadium.

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: With the opener roughly three weeks away, here's what we know about Notre Dame.

Adam Kilgore, Washington Post: The team won 10 games last season, became the fourth team in four seasons to beat USC and returns 16 starters. Yet Oregon State continues to go unnoticed.

Rick Bozich, Louisville Courier-Journal: How does Kentucky's schedule compare to that of Louisville and Indiana? The Wildcats' schedule is clearly the most demanding.

Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: The man who played a hand in putting Alabama in the dumpster by running Gene Stallings off and then making a series of idiotic decisions with the athletic department now is pushing Steve Spurrier close to the edge.

Here is today's mystery link. Thanks to Kevin of We Are Penn State.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Paul finebaum is a moron. Of course what else is new in Alabama? for him to argue that football should take precedence over academics is disgusting. Of course this is teh same imbecile that said Nick "The Liar "Saban is underpaid.