Monday, March 17, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Detroit Free Press: What did Rich Rod's first practice look like at Michigan? Click here to find out.

Jake Trotter, Oklahoman: Oklahoma is toying with a no-huddle offense, which could prove beneficial with Sam Bradford, the nation's reigning passing efficiency champion, returning.

Jeff Call, Deseret Morning News: Brigham Young has 10 starters back on offense, but must replace eight defensive starters when it begins spring drills on Monday.

Joseph Person, Columbia State: A South Carolina walk-on was charged with disorderly conduct after engaging in "horseplay" at a rain-shortened St. Pat's festival.

Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal Constitution: Here's some early impressions of spring ball, including the expected denial of Ryan Mallet's request to be eligible this fall at Arkansas.

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