Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Dave Hickman, Charleston Gazette: Michigan's Rich Rodriguez attended the nearly 12-hour deposition given last week by West Virginia president Mike Garrison. Plus, Rich Rod acknowledged talking to Oklahoma's Bob Stoops "a few days before" the Sooners played the Mountaineers in the Fiesta Bowl. "I didn't divulge any secrets," he said.

Lee Hermiston and Brian Morelli, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Unsealed search warrant documents show Iowa players Cedric Everson, Abe Satterfield, Jevon Pugh and Michael Daniels Jr. were either inside or came by the Hillcrest Residence Hall room where a student allegedly was being sexually assaulted last fall while the victim was inside.

MGoBlog: Michigan appears to have a new road uniform and it looks somewhat West Virginia-esque.

Ron Higgins, Memphis Commercial Appeal: The Discovery Channel is preparing a program that will focus on the death of Alabama booster Logan Young.

Colby White, Daily Texan: Magazine archives show that college football's postseason has long been a source of heated debate.

Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: If Miami (Ohio) is the Cradle of Coaches, does that make Alabama the Coaching Graveyard?

Kevin Donahue, FanBlogs: Think the Big Ten is a winner against Comcast? Think again. The league left millions on the bargaining table.

Michael Rothstein, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: Welcome to the Lou Holtz/Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame.

Losers With Socks: Georgia running back Knowshon Moreno clears up a few things about noise pollution.

Idaho Statesman: Demand is high among Boise State fans for tickets to the Broncos' Sept. 20 game at Oregon, and officials announced a lottery system to distribute the 2,000-ticket allotment for the game.

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1 comment:

Paterno Lives! said...

it blows my mind that someone could look at the BTN-Comcast deal and claim that the the Big Ten somehow caved or "left money on the table".