Friday, March 14, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Brian Murphy, Idaho Statesman: The Western Athletic Conference is considering lowering its inconvenience fee to make sure every team gets a portion of the $900,000 rights fee the league gets from its contract with ESPN.

Jake Trotter, Oklahoman: Oklahoma signee Josh Jarboe said he's still planning on coming to Norman despite being charged with two felony gun counts late last week. "This isn't fixing to just stop me.”

Donnie Webb, Syracuse Post-Standard: The 2008 season is now or never for Syracuse's Greg Robinson, who must find a solution for a leaky offensive line that gave up 54 sacks last season.

Lincoln Journal Star: Nebraska offensive lineman Andy Christensen, facing a possible one- to 50-year prison sentence on charges of first-degree sexual assault, had his $500,000 bond reduced to $300,000.

Associated Press: Four West Virginia players, including running back Noel Devine, have pleaded no contest to battery charges stemming from an altercation outside a bar on Feb. 16.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Noel comes clean with his side of the story.