Chris White, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: Georgia coaches are no longer welcome but not banned on the Carver High campus after the university suddenly backed out of a scholarship offer to quarterback Devin Burns, who went to Athens on Saturday with his family to accept.
KBTX-TV: Burglars broke into Texas A&M's Bright Football Complex and used athletic tape to write the words, "The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You" on the carpet of the locker room. The extent of the losses was under investigation.
Gentry Estes, Mobile Press-Register: Examining the big business of recruiting. The growing fandom being nurtured online in the past decade by school-specific sites has taken recruiting from a passing offseason interest to a year-round event.
Sal Interdonato, Times Herald-Record: Army continues to add games at Yankee Stadium. The Black Knights will play Rutgers in 2011 and Boston College in 2014 at the Bronx in addition to the previously reported 2012 game against Air Force. CBS College Sports will broadcast all three games. Army also plays Notre Dame at Yankee Stadium in 2010.
Dirk Facer, Deseret News: Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson says the fight for automatic inclusion in the Bowl Championship Series will continue, but most of the fight will happen on the playing fields.
Eric Crawford, Louisville Courier-Journal: Is ESPN running out of things to hype? The network's decision to highlight players on watch lists for major awards on "College Football Live" only helps to eliminate legitimate candidates who don't get the prerequisite preseason hype.
Larry Young, Houston Chronicle: The Texas Bowl is moving to ESPN. The game, which was broadcast by the NFL Network the past three seasons, will be played on Dec. 31. It will match Navy, if bowl eligible, and a Big 12 opponent selected seventh.
Jon Solomon, Birmingham News: A nifty chart breaking down 2008 Southeastern Conference statistics, with percentage of those stats by returning players. Plus a look at the top games in 2009.
John E. Hoover, Tulsa World: Former Oklahoma quarterback Jamelle Holieway and a female companion were arrested on a complaint of shoplifting at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in McAlester, Okla. Holieway led Oklahoma to a national title in 1985.
The Quad: Paul Myerberg takes a look at No. 41 Wisconsin.
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