Sunday, October 07, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: Where does Stanford's upset rank? It might be the greatest in college football history, even greater than, ahem, UC Davis over Stanford in 2005.

Stacy Kaneshiro, Honolulu Advertiser: Hawaii quarterback Colt Brennan reinjured his right ankle and backup Tyler Graunke came on in relief to lead the Warriors to a 52-37 victory against Utah State.

Lorne Chan, San Antonio Express-News: They were booing early and often at Baylor. The Bears set the tone for their 43-23 loss to Colorado with three consecutive penalties on their first offensive series.

Robert Cessna, Bryan-College Station Eagle: Don't look now, but Dennis Franchione's Texas A&M Aggies are leading the Big 12 South.

David Droschak, Miami Herald: Although North Carolina coach Butch Davis said Saturday's victory over Miami was no different than any other, his players said otherwise.

Jeff Rice, Centre Daily Times: Penn State running back Austin Scott's future with the team is in doubt after he was not with the team for an "unspecified violation of team rules."

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