Pass or Catch 2008: Texas Tech has unveiled a mock-election format to promote Graham Harrell and Michael Crabtree for the Heisman Trophy.
Joseph Goodman, Miami Herald: Florida called an emergency practice Sunday night, a day after a stunning 31-30 home loss to Mississippi.
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: Can Brigham Young win the national championship? The answer is yes.
Ken Tysiac, ACC Now: Duke in a bowl game? The Meineke Car Care Bowl is holding its first team selection committee meeting Monday night. "I think Duke would be intriguing," bowl executive director Will Webb said. "I think their fans would show up. They're on our radar."
Bill Koch, Cincinnati Enquirer: With Tony Pike out at least two games because of with a broken left forearm, Cincinnati's Brian Kelly is once against searching for a starting quarterback.
Jake Curtis, San Francisco Chronicle: California running back Jahvid Best is out at least one game because of a dislocated left elbow.
Tom Kensler, Denver Post: Colorado offensive tackle Ryan Miller is done for the season after a fracture of his left fibula in the loss to Florida State.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: The speculation is that Washington quarterback Jake Locker has a significant injury to his right hand and will require surgery.
Chip Towers, Atlanta Journal Constitution: The night the lights went out in Georgia. The autopsies continue on what happened to the Bulldogs against Alabama.
John Radcliff, AOL Fanhouse: The college football songbook is full of upsets.
Tom Kubat, Lafayette Journal & Courier: Want to be a sportswriter? It often involves much more than covering the game.