Thursday, March 16, 2006

Reporters' Notebooks

Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: The Cotton Bowl was added to Notre Dame's postseason possibilities to go along with the Gator, Sun and Houston bowls and bowl championship series games.

John Heuser, Ann Arbor News: An image of Michigan quarterback Chad Henne was used in an ad for FieldTurf and the agency responsible has apologized.

Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic: Arizona State coach Dirk Koetter and receivers coach Darryl Jackson will visit injured recruit Angelo Richardson on Thursday.

Jim Moore, Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Hotshot Washington recruit Jake Locker appears to have no desire to give up a potential career in baseball.

William Kalec, Times-Picayune: Talk of Louisiana State running back Alley Broussard leaving the team appears to be unfounded.

Evan Woodbery, Mobile Register: With an abundance of talent at defensive end, Auburn's Alonzo Horton is moving to strong-side linebacker.

Dan Collins, Winston-Salem Journal: Wake Forest will start spring drills trying to dig its way out of a cycle of three consecutive losing seasons (registration).

Ryan Thorburn, Daily Camera: Joel Klatt is gone, but don't expect any quick decisions when it comes to replacing the Colorado quarterback (registration).

Steve Ellis, Tallahassee Democrat: Florida State coach Bobby Bowden knows what his team needs, and he is hoping linebacker Buster Davis can provide it.

2 comments:

fun160 said...

Michigan quarterback Chad Henne may have violated NCAA rules when he appeared in an ad for FieldTurf.

The article makes no mention of Henne doing anything wrong. It's not even clear that he knew about the ad.

dawizofodds said...

Thanks for the heads-up. It has been corrected.

The Wiz