Friday, February 01, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Randy Holtz, Rocky Mountain News: Fired Colorado State coach Sonny Lubick, who says he won't work as a fundraiser at the school, could be considering a position on the staff of Urban Meyer at Florida.

Charles Goldberg, Birmingham News: Auburn and West Virginia have agreed to move their game to a Thursday night — Oct. 23 — in Morgantown, W.Va.

Brett McMurphy, Tampa Tribune: Jim Leavitt of South Florida has been offered a two-year extension through 2014 that would increase his salary by at least $500,000 a season.

Treena Shapiro, Honolulu Advertiser: The State Legislature is considering transferring control of Aloha Stadium to the University of Hawaii in an effort to raise more money for the athletic department.

Jeff Shain, Miami Herald: Florida State is moving its Sept. 27 home game against Colorado to Jacksonville, marking the second consecutive season that it will play in that city.

Steve Korris, West Virginia Record: West Virginia University attorneys have asked a U.S. district judge for permission to place former coach Rich Rodriguez and his wife Rita under oath and ask them where he lived when the university sued him.

Doug Smock, Charleston Gazette: Former Cincinnati coach Rick Minter has been offered the defensive coordinator position at Marshall and his hiring could be announced Friday.

John Pruett, Huntsville Times: The best recruiter you've never heard of? It could be new Southern Mississippi coach Larry Fedora.

Scott Eyman, Palm Beach Post: In memory of Mark Schwed, a feature writer for the Palm Beach Post. Those who knew Mark will never forget him. Rest easy, my friend. ...

To bypass registration, go to Bug Me Not. Here is today's mystery link that contains profanity. Thanks to Joe! We'd also like to thank our readers for continuing to spread word about the site, helping to make January the busiest month in the history of the Wiz.

3 comments:

Mac G said...

what is Lubbock so bitter about? He has been coasting in Ft Collins for years.

boz said...

... he was forced out mac g. football did not exsist in Ft Collins prior to him leaving the U for this head coaching job.

boz said...

wizzrd of odds,

you can thank the children of West Virginia for your most hits ever on the site.