Saturday, October 13, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Bob Wieneke, South Bend Tribune: Another Notre Dame player has left the team and is considering a transfer. Sophomore offensive guard Matt Carufel, who has started the last three games, won't be with the team for Saturday's game against Boston College.

Brent Zwerneman, San Antonio Express-News: The president of Texas A&M's 12th Man Foundation said that he didn't ask to receive the VIP Connection e-mail newsletter and that he didn't sign a confidentiality agreement.

Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: Injured Missouri tailback Tony Temple did not make the trip to Oklahoma.

Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron has no signature wins during his three lousy years. Does that change Saturday against Alabama?

Drew Sharp, Detroit Free Press: The Big Ten Network is actually costing conference teams spots in the top 25.

Chip Scoggins, Star Tribune: Hard to believe, but Minnesota might be worse than its record indicates.

Andrew Carter, Orlando Sentinel: After six games, Florida State still shows many of the same problems it had at the start of the season.

Robbie Andreu and Lise Fisher, Gainesville Sun: Michael Guilford, a walk-on at Florida, and a female companion were killed in a motorcycle crash early Friday morning.

Jason Riley, Louisville Courier-Journal: Former Louisville linebacker Willie A. Williams pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession.

Detroit Free Press: Phil Steele talks USC, Illinois, Purdue, Michigan and Michigan State

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