Mark Kriegel, Fox Sports.com: The NCAA can play dumb, but it's exploiting players for profit even if their names aren't "in the game."
Lloyd Dunkelberger, Sarasota Herald-Tribune: Florida State's public records challenge could reshape the NCAA.
Mark Alesia, Indianapolis Star: Since 1995, the NCAA has spent more than $84 million on legal fees, a figure that includes some of its settlements.
Jeff Barker, Tracking the Terps: There won't be a Maryland media guide this season. Instead, the school reproduced 41 pages of black-and-white text on regular copy paper with statistics and bios on key players for the Atlantic Coast Conference media days.
Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune: A proposed Northwestern game at Wrigley Field faces two big issues.
Tony Barnhart, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Louisiana State and North Carolina are expected to play in the 2010 Chick-fil-A college kickoff.
Richard Abshire, Dallas Morning News: Samuel Willis, the father of Southern Methodist receiver Justin Willis, was fatally shot during a home invasion Friday night.
Phil Steele, College Gridiron 365: Coaches on the hot seat. At No. 1 is Louisville's Steve Kragthorpe, followed by Bill Lynch of Indiana, Al Groh of Virginia and Dan Hawkins of Colorado.
Paul Strelow, Columbia State: ACC commissioner John Swofford talked about the league's TV deals, which are set to expire at the end of 2011. ACC teams each receive about a $6.1 million payout annually; Southeastern Conference teams are reporting expected payouts of more than $16 million.
Andrew Carter, Orlando Sentinel: The ACC believes it is on track to fulfill its football promise, more than five years after it added Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College from the Big East.
Mike Bianchi, Open Mike: Florida did the right thing in asking a player who had made a commitment to Miami to leave its elite camp.
KBTX.com: The culprit in a break-in at the Texas A&M football complex has been found, but no charges will be pressed in the case.
Tully Corcoran, Topeka Capital-Journal: Dezmon Briscoe, who set Kansas' records for receiving yards and receiving touchdowns last season, is thought to be having academic issues. Coach Mark Mangino said Briscoe's status is "day to day."
Ryan Kartje, The Diag: Analyzing Michigan's transfers and dismissals since Rich Rodriguez became coach.
Sports Radio Interviews: Tennessee's Lane Kiffin talks about how the South is much more passionate about football than the West.
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