Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Robbie Neiswanger, Clarion Ledger: Mississippi Madman Ed Orgeron won't say why he dismissed one player and suspended four others. Only 15 players from the 20-member 2005 signing class remain on campus.

Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio State's Jim Tressel to the Cleveland Browns? The coach says no ... well, maybe.

Tim May, Columbus Dispatch: Could the Michigan-Ohio State game on Nov. 18 be a warmup to a BCS title game between the teams?

Art Aisner, Ann Arbor News: Michigan receiver Adrian Arrington was arraigned on a count of misdemeanor domestic violence.

Terry Hutchens, Indianapolis Star: Indiana hasn't drawn more than 33,000 this season for a home game, but coach Terry Hoeppner wants 50,000 for Saturday's homecoming against Michigan State.

Andy Hamilton and Pat Harty, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Iowa's Kirk Ferentz is expressing displeasure with a columnist and instant replay.

Eric Petersen, Ames Tribune: Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard says the next four games will determine the fate of coach Dan McCarney.

C.L. Brown, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville is considering a 21,000-seat expansion of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times: Ben Malcolmson, the Daily Trojan-sportswriter-turned-receiver, is ready to rejoin the USC team after shoulder surgery.

Ryan Finley, Arizona Daily Star: Arizona athletic director Jim Livengood says coach Mike Stoops will stay, but something needs to be done about the Wildcats' struggling offense.

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