Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: The handshake from hell. After Stanford beat San Jose State, 37-0, Cardinal coach Jim Harbaugh and Spartan counterpart Dick Tomey exchanged something resembling a no-look stiff-arm.
Bryan Mullen, Tennessean: Did Florida run it up against Tennessee? Phillip Fulmer, who bit his tongue after the game, had a pointed comment or two on Monday.
Joseph Person, Columbia State: South Carolina defensive tackle Nathan Pepper blew out his left knee while celebrating an interception return for a touchdown against South Carolina State and is done for the season.
Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press: There's a chance Chad Henne will be back at quarterback for Michigan on Saturday when the Wolverines play host to Penn State.
Chip Cosby, Lexington Herald-Leader: The Southeastern Conference has fined Kentucky $25,000 for its second violation of the league's policy on access to the competition area.
Brian Bennett, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville offensive lineman Breno Giacomini apologized for making an obscene gesture before Saturday's game against Kentucky.
Scott Cacciola, Commercial Appeal: Brent Schaeffer is back. Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron has once again turned to Schaeffer to play quarterback.
Randy King, Roanoke Times: Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer says Hokie fans should not be booing quarterback Sean Glennon, who lost his starting job last week to freshman Tyrod Taylor.
Marcus Nelson, Palm Beach Post: Florida Atlantic's board of trustees will vote on proposals for a 30,000-seat on-campus stadium.
Andrea Cohen, Oklahoman: Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, whose team has stumbled to a 1-2 start, said he hasn't heard the roar of discontent from fans.
Robbi Pickeral, Raleigh News & Observer: The Atlantic Coast Conference said officials were correct in determining that a 48-yard field goal by Virginia was reviewable in the Cavaliers' 22-20 victory over North Carolina.
Ferd Lewis, Honolulu Advertiser: Hawaii coach June Jones made the right move keeping his team on the mainland for 12 days. The Warriors are 3-0 for the first time since 1992.
Jeffrey Martin, Wichita Eagle: Wichita East linebacker Arthur Brown, arguably the top prep player in the country, has narrowed his list to 10 teams: Kansas State, USC, Florida, Alabama, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Miami, Georgia, Georgia Tech and Louisiana State.