Sunday, March 23, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Matt Markey, Toledo Blade: Traffic to the official Internet home of the Ohio State Buckeyes quadrupled last Wednesday in the hour that Terrelle Pryor made his announcement that he would sign with the Buckeyes.

Patrick Wilson and Steve Stone, Virginian-Pilot: Minnesota running back recruit Kevin Whaley was shot in the leg outside a Virginia Beach nightclub.

Randy Peterson, Des Moines Register: Iowa athletes pictured unfavorably on social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook could face disciplinary action by the university under a new policy, athletic director Gary Barta said.

Quwan Spears, Sacramento Bee: Running back James Montgomery, who announced last week his intention to transfer from California, says Washington State, Florida and an unnamed Southeastern Conference team currently top his list.

Rick Scoppe, Greenville News: Receivers Dion Lecorn and Matt Clements had their suspensions lifted by South Carolina's Steve Spurrier, who said suspended cornerback Carlos Thomas "will probably be back next week."

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: Questions and answers entering spring drills at Notre Dame, which begin Wednesday.

Anwar S. Richardson, Tampa Tribune: Want to become a sports agent? It's not as glorious as it appears.

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