Sal Interdonato, Middleton Times Herald-Record: Possible candidates at Army: Georgia Tech co-offensive line coach Todd Spencer, New York Giants receivers coach Mike Sullivan and Kansas offensive coordinator Ed Warinner.
Lya Wodraska, Salt Lake Tribune: What could have been. Utah was scheduled to play Texas at Rice-Eccles Stadium this season, but the game was cancelled because then-coach Urban Meyer thought it made the Utes' schedule too difficult.
Joseph Goodman, Miami Herald: Is new Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen trying to steal recruits from Florida?
Iliana Limón, Orlando Sentinel: Central Florida coach George O'Leary said some people should consider apologizing to him after a tumultous week.
Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr isn't talking about the 3-9 Wolverines other than to say, "We'll be fine."
Steve Bauer, Champaign News-Gazette: Illinois sophomore linebacker Martez Wilson was hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed early Friday.
SEC Junky: Somehow, Ohio State's Malcolm Jenkins won the Jim Thorpe award, beating out Tennessee's Eric Berry.
Mr. SEC: Tennessee is prepared to pay Monte Kiffin about $1 million a year to join his son’s staff as defensive coordinator, multiple sources said. Kiffin makes $2.2 million as defensive coordinator of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Jay Drew, Salt Lake Tribune: Where's the speed? Brigham Young's Bronco Mendenhall says his team might be a step slow, but he's in no rush to change his recruiting philosophy.
Pat Forde, ESPN.com: Why the sports world should have paid more attention to the passing this week of Jan Kemp.
Canadian Press: Notre Dame's Charlie Weis needs to have surgery on his right knee before doctors can operate on his more seriously injured left knee.
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