Jeffrey Martin, Kansas City Star: Ron Prince will announce his resignation as Kansas State coach.
Brett McMurphy, Tampa Tribune: What has gone wrong at South Florida, and has coach Jim Leavitt taken the Bulls as far as he can?
Bill Cole, Winston-Salem Journal: Yet another indication there are too many bowl games. Duke players are actually talking about playing in a postseason game.
Austin American-Statesman: Texas' game at Texas Tech was ABC’s most-viewed college football game this year and network’s fifth-most viewed ever.
Jay Drew, Salt Lake Tribune: Jim McMahon could care less about being enshrined in the Brigham Young Hall of Fame, but his father is pushing for it, saying his son's lack of a college degree should not keep him out. "I have tried to do that home study deal," Jim said. "I think I am nine or 12 hours short. I tried to do it twice, actually had my sister-in-law do all my work. All I had to do was take the tests. But that wouldn't have mattered anyway, I wouldn't have passed. So to hell with it ... I was never a classroom kind of guy."
Brad Rock, Deseret News: Times have changed in Utah. Remember the days when local colleges quaintly avoided home games on the opening of the deer hunt? Almost everywhere is a "football school" nowadays.
Austin Ward, Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming players are getting a crash course in Tennessee's unofficial fight song, "Rocky Top," which was played 12 consecutive times during practice on Tuesday. "I think I can't get it out of my head," quarterback Chris Stutzriem said. "I mean, we've heard it all day. Weight room, in here [inside at practice] ... But now we're starting to get sick of it."
Ron Musselman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Add Joe Paterno to the list of coaches expressing their desire for a playoff. "Is it the BCS or the BSC, I don't know," he said.
Doug Zaleski, Muncie Star-Press: Former Ball State receiver Dante Love said he dreamed about being in the hospital before taking the hit that injured his spine and ended his playing career. "I always had weird dreams. I had a dream that one day I was in the hospital, and everybody was freaking out. When it happened, it was like I had seen it before. I was hoping it wasn't that serious, but I was kind of like prepared."
Bud Withers, Seattle Times: Never has the Pacific 10 — the league that defined great quarterbacking — been as outright awful at it as in 2008.
Bill Plaschke, Los Angeles Times: USC has no one to blame but itself for its current Bowl Championship Series predicament.
David Wharton, Los Angeles Times: UCLA has suspended three players for Saturday's game against Oregon State.
David Jones, Florida Today: Florida lineman Ronnie Wilson, who spent the 2007 season away from the team after being charged for firing a gun into the air in the off season, may never play again for the Gators after his latest problem with the law.
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