Sunday, September 30, 2007

Columnists' Corner

Jeff Carroll, South Bend Tribune: Is Crewcut Charlie Weis close to losing his team?

Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Welcome to the new home of Iowa's football team. The Hawkeyes are taking up residence in the Big Ten basement.

John Rhode, Oklahoman: Oklahoma got what it deserved. The Sooners were kicked all over the field before Colorado's deciding field goal split the uprights.

Nick Canepa, San Diego Union-Tribune: Abolish San Diego State's football program? Nobody knew it would happen as early as Saturday night.

Steve Politi, Newark Star-Ledger: As losses go, Rutgers' tumble to Maryland ranks as a doozy.

Ray Melick, Birmingham News: That's two losses in a row for Nick Saban, who really doesn't know the identity of his team.

Kevin Scarbinsky, Birmingham News: A lesson to be learned: Don't lose faith in Auburn.

Eric Gilmore, Contra Costa Times: After a huge victory over Oregon, California is adjusting its goals upward.


Anonymous said...

Word from some off-campus parties where some ND football players were, they were trash talking Weis and other staff. So, I guess Weis has already lost some of the players, if not the majority of the team......

Anonymous said...

Weis hasn't lost the team at all, despite this website's wish that it were true.

Word on campus is that the team is more resolved than ever to improve and turn the program around.

Anonymous said...

Too bad the last post is BS.... I can name the players that were trash talking Weis. Fact: the team is jumping ship...