Sunday, September 02, 2007

Columnists' Corner

Ray Ratto, San Francisco Chronicle: California displayed its full weaponry in an electrifying victory against Tennessee.

Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star: Arizona's offense lurched and sputtered and didn't get out of the parking lot in a loss at Brigham Young.

Mark Purdy, San Jose Mercury News: Despite being routed by UCLA in Jim Harbaugh's first game as coach, it's clear Stanford is making progress.

Tom Powers, Pioneer Press: If that was supposed to be Minnesota's first step toward Pasadena, somebody needs to buy a road map.

Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star: Nebraska looks solid, but the biggest question mark will be quarterback Sam Keller.

Neill Woelk, Boulder Daily Camera: Our advice to Colorado fans? Buckle up. It promises to be a wild ride. The faint of heart and football conservatives may want to find another hobby — quickly.

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