Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Quwan Spears, Sacramento Bee: Former California running back James Montgomery is transferring to Washington State. He had also considered Florida and South Carolina.

Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Is there going to come a time when the players on Louisiana State's team who are busting their butts to do the right thing are going to get tired of Ryan Perrilloux and the stuff the quarterback is able to get away with?

Heron Marquez Estrada, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Hilding Mortenson was a 15-year-old high school sophomore in 1924 when he helped build Minnesota's Memorial Stadium. Mortenson, now 100, returned to campus on Monday to lay the first brick for the new $288 million, 50,000-seat TCF Bank Stadium.

Mike Ehrlich, Daily Tar Heel: North Carolina's running game was in control for much of the scrimmage that concluded spring drills.

Toledo Blade: Michigan's intrasquad scrimmage scheduled for Saturday will not be open to the public.

Miami Herald: Surgery on the right heel of Florida receiver Percy Harvin was called a success.

Southeastern Conference: Your complete team-by-team schedule for 2008. It's also available in PDF format.

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