Saturday, July 12, 2008

Reporters' Notebooks

Brendan Shorts, Daily Collegian: Penn State president Graham Spanier denied a report that said a decision had been made regarding the future of Joe Paterno.

Jeff Nelson, Penn State: More than 93,500 season tickets have been sold at Penn State. Thanks to Kevin of We Are Penn State.

David R. Henry, Daily Texan: Would Texas be better off with Chase Daniel instead of Colt McCoy at quarterback? Sometimes early recruiting decisions hurt both sides.

Bob Wieneke, South Bend Tribune: Cornerback Darrin Walls, who started 11 of Notre Dame's 12 games in 2007, will not be enrolled in the university during the fall semester because of personal reasons and will return home at the conclusion of summer school.

Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville receiver Trent Guy was released from a hospital on Friday, less than a week after he was shot in the lower back. He's expected to make a full recovery, but his football future is unclear.

Heisman Pundit: The 10 most important games that should help determine the winner of the Heisman.

Mickey Furfari, Charleston Daily Mail: The thought herein is that West Virginia had Rich Rodriguez in a corner, but let its former coach wiggle out easier than perhaps its legal minds should have allowed.

Cecil Hurt, Tuscaloosa News: Ken Stabler will take a leave of absence from the Alabama broadcast booth in the wake of his arrest last month on drunken driving charges.

Robert Stewart, Daily Reveille: Louisiana State plans to install a high-definition scoreboard in Tiger Stadium for the 2009 season.

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