Saturday, September 08, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press: The Big Ten Network's deal with Dish Network will put pressure on Comcast, just as Big Ten executives intended.

Neal Rubin, Detroit News: A week later, some Michigan fans are profiting off the Wolverines' loss to Appalachian State by selling their ticket stubs.

Tim Griffin, San Antonio Express-News: Missouri's Gary Pinkel is the latest coach to be embroiled in controversy on use of the two-point chart.

Newark Star-Ledger: A roundtable discussion of Rutgers' 41-24 victory against Navy.

Mick McGrane, San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego State is attempting to ensure that its future nonconference schedules include no more than one game per season against a team from a BCS conference.

Chris Bahn, Northwest Arkansas Times: Arkansas has started to distribute approximately 900 Darren McFadden publicity packets to media members and sports information directors.

Jenna Marina, Tampa Tribune: Florida's Urban Meyer said he is seeking the game film from Appalachian State's victory over Michigan.

Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: What can eight seconds do for a Heisman campaign? Just ask California's DeSean Jackson.

Vahe Gregorian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron has brought energy to the program, but not victories.

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