Ethan Thomas, Deseret News: New Mexico's Rocky Long say an official's call cost his team a chance for the upset against Brigham Young. "I don't know if we would have won or not, but the officials obviously blew a call that changed the entire momentum of the game. It is criminal that they changed the momentum like that. It is ridiculous that one call can change all the momentum of the game and take it from one team." He added: "It's amazing when one team has pull and the other one doesn't."
Eric Crawford, Louisville Courier-Journal: A publication and Internet site that is called the leading authority on Louisville athletics by the athletic department is threatening to take and publish pictures of fans who go "over the line in verbally assaulting" Cardinal players after games.
David Climer, Tennessean: The losses could be just beginning for Vanderbilt now that opponents have figured out the Commodores can't stop the run.
Andrew Logue, Des Moines Register: Iowa State has hit a new low. The Cyclones fell to Baylor, their 14th consecutive road lost — the second-longest skid in the nation behind Alabama Birmingham's 18 in a row.
Scott Bordow, East Valley Tribune: Two sources tell the newspaper that Arizona State quarterback Rudy Carpenter is playing on a broken left ankle.
Ryan Divish, Tacoma News-Tribune: Washington State's quarterback situation has gone from bad to worse. Recently recruited scout quarterback Peter Roberts, who was selected after an open student body tryout, would now appear to be No. 2 on the depth chart.
Jeff Smith, Oregonian: Joe Montana attended Saturday night's UCLA-Oregon game in Eugene. His son, Nick, is being recruited by the Ducks. "First time here," Joe said. "It's great."
Jeff Potrykus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Was this Wisconsin team really ranked in the top 10 of both major polls less than a month ago? Oh, how the once-mighty have fallen.
Tony Jones, Salt Lake Tribune: Any goodwill directed toward Utah State for its strong play against Brigham Young lasted all of one week. The Aggies were awful in a 30-7 loss at San Jose State.
Marc Weiszer, Athens Banner-Herald: Charges of misdemeanor battery against Georgia offensive linemen Trinton Sturdivant and Justin Anderson were dismissed in court.
Sal Interdonato, Times Herald-Record: Army defeated Eastern Michigan, 17-13, without completing a pass.
Jason Kaneshiro, Honolulu Star-Bulletin: Hawaii was sluggish at the start, but got rolling and defeated Louisiana Tech, 24-14, at Aloha Stadium.
Ray Buck, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Texans don't come off looking too good in "The Express," but how far did the directors go to embellish scenes?
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