Ryan Finley, Arizona Daily Star: Should Washington's winning touchdown against Arizona have counted? You make the call.
Mark Schlabach, ESPN.com: New Mexico is will announce Tuesday on whether Mike Locksley will be suspended or fired for allegedly striking assistant coach J.B. Gerald during a staff meeting on Sept. 20. According to the Daily Lobo, Gerald turned in his university-issued cell phone and car keys on Friday.
Lost Lettermen: The 10 most beloved college football players. Surprise! Tim Tebow does not top the list.
Glenn Guilbeau, Shreveport Times: Bad timing on LSU's part. Offensive coordinator Gary Crowton received a $50,000 raise last Friday, bumping his salary to $450,000 a year. The next day, the Tigers scored three points in the loss to Florida.
David Jones, Florida Today: Louisiana State fans called Urban Meyer's cell phone so much he finally had to get a new number.
Rick Morrissey, Chicago Tribune: Two years after playing in the Rose Bowl, Illinois finds itself in the dreaded position of not mattering. The descent to irrelevancy has been amazingly quick.
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: Oregon controls its destiny in the Pacific 10, but across the country, a legendary coach has all but lost control of his future. Bobby Bowden, who is headed for a losing season at Florida State, appears to be in his final coaching days. Plus, five things to watch for this week.
Kirk Bohls, Austin American Statesman: Nine observations and one wacky prediction for this week.
Ted Lewis, Times-Picayune: The first release of the Bowl Championship Series standings will be made Sunday, and Florida and Alabama will be 1-2. Could they play twice this season, once in the Southeastern Conference title game, with the rematch a month later in the BCS title game?
Brandon Chatmon, Oklahoman: Deion Sanders says Eugene Parker, his former agent, was not present when Oklahoma State receiver Dez Bryant visited his home earlier this year.
John Helsley, Oklahoman: T. Boone Pickens isn't ready to write off Bryant or Oklahoma State's season, despite a series of unfortunate events. "All sickness ain't death," he said.
Chris Foster, Los Angeles Times: Kevin Prince will remain the starter at quarterback for UCLA.
Todd Henrichs, Lincoln Journal Star: Nebraska is considering playing a Thursday night game in 2010.
Mobile Press-Register: Steve Spurrier says the South Carolina job will "be my last college job, my last job in all likelihood."
Brett Dawson, Louisville Courier-Journal: Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline has a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee and will miss at least three to four weeks.
Mike Kern, Philadelphia Daily News: His weekly college football wrap.
Hattiesburg American: Southern Mississippi walk-on Peter Wilkes died from injuries in a gun accident at his home.
Shannon Shelton, Detroit Free Press: Michigan State running back Glenn Winston will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Sports Media Watch: CBS scored big ratings on the Florida-LSU game.
Dave Birkett, Ann Arbor.com: Michigan's Rich Rodriguez denies there was any rift between quarterbacks Tate Forcier and Denard Robinson.
Angelique S. Chengelis, Detroit News: Rodriguez said Forcier suffered a slight concussion late in the loss at Iowa. Barring any medical issues, Forcier is expected to start Saturday against Delaware State.
Associated Press: Arizona State's Dennis Erickson was knocked down and briefly out when one of his players ran into him during the third quarter of Saturday's game at Washington State.
Associated Press: Bags will be banned from Michigan Stadium for security reasons for the remainder of the 2009 season.
Rachel Bachman, Oregonian: The best seat at an Oregon State game? It's outside Reser Stadium.