Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Gene Frenette, Florida Times-Union: Jacksonville could soon be the former home of the Atlantic Coast Conference title game.

Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times: USC will be looking for an offensive coordinator. Lane Kiffin is headed to the Raiders.

Bart Wright, Greenville News: Fans should not buy what the Internet recruiting sites are selling.

Bob Dart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics says college football recruitniks need to get a life.

Tim May, Columbus Dispatch: Ohio State coach Jim Tressel defends his decision to go for a fourth-and-one on his own 29 in the second quarter of the BCS title game.

Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin officials are working on a new contract for Bret Bielema.

Marcus R. Fuller, St. Paul Pioneer Press: New Minnesota coach Tim Brewster has a reputation for being a super recruiter. What is his secret?

Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star: Missouri and Kansas are moving the Border War to Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium.

Maurice Patton, Tennessean: Vanderbilt, coming off a 4-8 season, will play eight home games in 2007.

WBRS Sports Blog: Rutgers is giving hefty raises to assistants, but cutting 825 university employees and 459 course sections after state aid was slashed $80 million.

Tom Kirkendall: The Justice Department's crackdown on Internet gambling has reached Wall Street.

Grant Hall, Morning News: Rumors, rumors, rumors. How about Arkansas' Houston Nutt going to the Dallas Cowboys? Thanks to Ben Maller!

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