Thursday, May 10, 2007

Reporters' Notebooks

Pete Bosak, Centre Daily Times: The assistant district attorney prosecuting two Penn State players for their alleged roles in an apartment invasion and assault last month said more arrests — including that of additional players — could be coming as the investigation continues.

Fred Seely, Jacksonville Daily Record: Jacksonville, in the last year of a contract to play host to the Atlantic Coast Conference title game, could lose the game to Tampa.

Mick McGrane, San Diego Union-Tribune: Speculation continues to swirl that guard Whitley Fehoko, considered the gem of coach Chuck Long's first recruiting class, is about to transfer.

Dick Harmon, Deseret Morning News: Steve Findry is going from a place where the kegs roll (Colorado) to the most sober campus in America (Brigham Young).

A.J. Carr, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien and North Carolina counterpart Butch Davis are revamping their teams' strength and conditioning programs.

Jaymes Powell Jr., Raleigh News & Observer: East Carolina assistant head coach Donnie Thompson has been suspended after allegedly falsifying expense reports.

Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: Former UCLA coach Bob Toledo has found a shelter from the storm at Tulane.

Neal McCready, Mobile Press-Register: West Virginia quarterback Pat White returned home to Alabama to pick up some hardware.

John Pruett, Huntsville Times: Alabama coach Nick Saban turned down a request to speak this Tuesday at the Huntsville Quarterback Club's gathering.

Susan Miller Deganan, Miami Herald: Miami athletic director Paul Dee said he will step down after the 2007-08 academic year.

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