Brett McMurphy, Tampa Tribune: South Florida's Jim Leavitt was unaware at least three players were Tweeting messages from their cell phones Saturday during team meetings, the pregame meal, on the bus ride to Raymond James Stadium and even in the locker room about 15 minutes before kickoff. "That was disappointing," Leavitt said. "It's something we’ll deal with."
Mark Kiszla, Denver Post: Colorado's Dan Hawkins, who insists on starting his son Cody at quarterback, is officially on the hot seat.
Jeff Davis, Fresno Bee: Pregame handshakes are a stupid idea. You'd think the American Football Coaches Association and the NCAA have better things on their plate to tend to.
Mike Baldwin and Berry Tramel, Oklahoman: Oklahoma could be without Heisman Trophy quarterback Sam Bradford and All-America tight end Jermaine Gresham for at least two or three weeks, possibly longer. Did Bradford make the right decision in returning at OU, or should he have bolted to the NFL?
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: Forget most of what you read, learned, recorded or thought so far about the 2009 season. As usual, it was just people guessing, fudging, lying and/or trying to sell magazines, newspapers, pop-up ads and/or radio advertisements
Jon Wilner, College Sports Hotline: New Pacific 10 commissioner Larry Scott on league's new bowl lineup, a possible Pac-10 Network, the suspension of LeGarrette Blount and Boise State's decision not to suspended Byron Hout.
George Schroeder, Eugene Register-Guard: Blout has apologized to Hout and Boise State coach Chris Peterson.
Dan Hinxman, Reno Gazette Journal: Western Athletic Conference commissioner Karl Benson and Boise State's Petersen both said they were disappointed that the national attention has been more on the Blount incident than the Broncos' victory.
Rob Moseley, Eugene Register-Guard: Blount did not participate in Oregon's practice Monday. The Ducks also arranged for Blount to talk with former NBA player Kermit Washington, who punched Rudy Tomjanovich during a 1977 game. Wiz take: Don't be surprised to see Blount transfer to a lower division school.
Charles Goldberg, Birmingham News: Gene Chizik is set to make $1.9 million this year, but his compensation could jump dramatically in an incentive-based five-year contract with Auburn.
Lenox Rawlings, Winston-Salem Journal: The season just started, but the party is already over for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Terry Hutchens, Indianapolis Star: The Big Ten had a 10-1 record in Week 1, but had the ball bounced a little differently, the record could have been as bad as 5-6.
Mike Hlas, The Hlog: Coach Mark Farley of Division I-AA Northern Iowa after his team lost to Iowa, 17-16: "It's not a matter if UNI will beat Iowa. It’s a matter of when it’s going to happen."
Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman: Nine observations and one out-on-a-limb prediction.
Associated Press: Michigan installed 40 hand sanitizer stations at the Big House to try to help prevent the spread of swine flu.
Bryan Mullen, Tennessean: There are 120 head coaches in Division I-A, but only nine are minorities.To bypass registration, go to Bug Me Not. Follow Jay Christensen on Twitter and be notified within nanoseconds of the Wiz being updated, and join the Wiz Nation on Facebook.
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