Sunday, September 23, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Stephen Tsai, Honolulu Advertiser: Colt Brennan, sidelined with a sprained right ankle, doesn't play, but Hawaii steamrolls Charleston Southern, 66-10.

Donnie Webb, Syracuse Post-Standard: Syracuse's upset of Louisville is the biggest ever in the Big East and ranks among the biggest upsets in college football history.

Patrick Dorsey, Miami Herald: Larry Coker and Don Strock are learning what peace and quiet are all about.

Lynh Bui, Arizona Republic: Big crackdown on underage drinking before the Oregon State-Arizona State game at Tempe.

Brandon George, Dallas Morning News: T. Boone Pickens says "there is a good chance" that Oklahoma State and Texas Tech will play their 2009 game at the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington.

Tommy Bowman, Winston-Salem Journal: Appalachian State, the team that stunned Michigan, was stunned by Wofford, 42-31,

Jaymes Powell Jr., Raleigh News & Observer: N.C. Central's 27-22 victory over N.C. A&T was overshadowed by a bench-clearing brawl at the conclusion of the game that lasted several minutes and left dozens of players lying on the field as other swung helmets and fists (Anybody help us with video of this?).

1 comment:

We Are...Penn State said...

Put another way...

Oklahoma State owner T. Boone Pickens says "there is a good chance" that OSU and Texas Tech will play their 2009 game at the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington.