Andy Katzer, Fanhouse: Alabama fans are upset over an Auburn license plate that was on the front of a Tuscaloosa police cruiser.
Mark Snyder, Detroit Free Press: How is life away from coaching working out for Lloyd Carr? "It's an adjustment," he said. "Guys I've had relationships [with] for years and years and years — they're gone. And I don't see the players every day, so you've got to get through that."
Mickey Furfari, Charleston Daily Mail: Longtime West Virginia athletic director Ed Pastilong, who announced he will step down in 2010, says his proudest accomplishment was helping form the Big East Conference.
Ryan Wood, Lawrence Journal-World: Kansas and Southern Mississippi will play a home-and-home series against Southern Mississippi beginning in 2009. The Jayhawks have also added a 2010 home game against New Mexico State.
Glenn Guilbeau, Shreveport Times: Louisiana State's Perry Riley, expected to be a starting outside linebacker this fall, suffered a broken bone in a foot during spring drills.
Amy Brittain, Daily Reveille: LSU players say they are in favor of the ban on horse-collar tackles.
Brian Christopherson, Lincoln Journal Star: Nebraska has lost Anthony Blue, an expected starter at cornerback, to a knee injury.
Dan Hinxman, Reno Gazette-Journal: Nevada is leaving its longtime radio partner for a sweeter deal with Learfield Communications.
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