Friday, May 09, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Andrew Carter, Orlando Sentinel: Florida State president T.K. Wetherell said Jimbo Fisher did not breach terms of his contract when he talked with West Virginia.

Caulton Tudor, Raleigh News & Observer: Atlantic Coast Conference officials are expected to discuss going to a nine-game conference schedule when league meetings begin this weekend.

Fred Girard, Detroit News: There are suggestions that if Rich Rodriguez loses his $4 million court fight to West Virginia, Michigan will end up paying the bill.

Scott Dochterman, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Iowa approved a social networking policy that will force student-athletes to adhere to department guidelines on public networking sites.

Craig Smith, Seattle Times: Pullman police have recommended that one second-degree assault charge and five fourth-degree assault charges be filed against Washington State defensive tackle Andy Roof.

Scott Carter, Tampa Tribune: Bobby Bowden on the firing of Florida State radio analyst Peter Tom Willis: "Your job is to be a PR man. You're getting paid to boost FSU up. It's not a high school offense. Some things, you don't say."

Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic: Mark your calendar for Oct. 5, 2013. Arizona State and Notre Dame are scheduled to play at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

Jake Schaller, Colorado Springs Gazette: Air Force has made the initial steps toward the construction of a privately funded $9 million indoor facility for intercollegiate sports.

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