Ferd Lewis, Honolulu Advertiser: The Western Athletic Conference will announce Monday what action it will take in the case of Hawaii coach Greg McMackin. The most likely response is a public reprimand.
Brian Murphy, Idaho Statesman: Boise State's dominance is not helping the profile of the Western Athletic Conference.
Jeff Call, Deseret News: Brigham Young expect 15,000-plus fans will travel to Arlington, Texas, to see the Cougars' opener against Oklahoma.
Ron Musselman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Is Penn State's nonconference schedule, with home games against Akron, Syracuse, Temple and Eastern Illinois, too soft? "The schedule is not soft," quarterback Daryll Clark said. "The teams are there for a reason." Center Stefen Wisniewski said: "It could hurt us, but, the way we look at it, it will be hard to keep us out of the national championship. Our goal is to win them all."
Pete Bigelow, Ann Arbor.com: From Michigan's viewpoint, opening the 2010 season against Connecticut will be greeted with the enthusiasm of a shanked punt.
Mike DeArmond, Campus Corner: Are Misery's Tigers a thing of the past?
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor is ready to move into its new indoor practice facility.
The Quad: Next up on Paul Myerberg's list is No. 31 Michigan State.
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