Ian R. Rapoport, Birmingham News: Is it the end of the line for Ken Stabler in the Alabama broadcast booth? Former Cleveland Browns general manager Phil Savage, who began his career as a graduate assistant at Alabama, will be the color analyst for the Crimson Tide's spring scrimmage. It's possible, if Savage impresses, that he could be Stabler's replacement.
Sports Radio Interviews: Congressman Joe Barton of Texas, who wrote a bill to implement a college football playoff, says he has talked to Barack Obama three times already and that the president will sign off on the bill.
Mick McGrane, San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego State coach Brady Hoke said that six players have left the program since his arrival in December.
George Schroeder, Eugene Register-Guard: Oregon's Chip Kelly has no plans to join the world of Twitter. "Who cares what I had for breakfast? ... You think a recruit's gonna come to Oregon because I ate Oreos? That means nothing."
Joseph Person, Columbia State: What recession? South Carolina trustees approved $49.9 million in facilities projects, which includes a new academic center for athletes.
Jim Moore, Seattle Post-Intelligencer.com: The Washington State alum attends an open Washington practice and, predictably, is not impressed. "I just can't get enough of Coach Sark, and he can't get enough of himself either."
Charles Robinson, Yahoo! Sports: Beware of the phony Facebook profiles, especially if you are an NFL prospect.
Bruins Nation: Part one of a two-part interview with Slick Rick Neuheisel.
Drew Edwards, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Cornerback Demetrice Morley, a two-year starter for Tennessee, has been kicked off the team.
Kevin Gorman, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Senior cornerback Aaron Berry, senior defensive tackle Tommie Duhart and sophomore offensive lineman Wayne Jones were suspended for the remainder of Pittsburgh's spring drills.
Suzanne Halliburton, Austin American-Statesman: Texas didn't win the Big 12 championship last fall, but that hasn't stopped 12 assistant coaches and support staffers from receiving bonuses as if the Longhorns did.
Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Rich Rod says Michigan won't reveal much at Saturday's scrimmage. "I don't think there's a whole lot to hide, but any new things you're going to do, new packages you don't want your first few opponents to see, you're not going to do it in the spring game," he said.
Brett McMurphy, Tampa Tribune: South Florida standout defensive end George Selvie will not participate in Saturday’s spring scrimmage. Jim Leavitt said there is no need to have Selive risking an injury.