Brittany Shammas, State News: Fifteen to 20 men — some described as Michigan State players — entered the Rather Hall dormitory Sunday and hit and injured male and female students.
John Walters, FanHouse: Charlie Weis opens up about his experience as Notre Dame coach.
WSBT-TV: Another indication Weis will be fired early next week. Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said Weis will be returning with the team to South Bend after Saturday's game at Stanford, and not staying on the West Coast to recruit.
Justin Verrier, Hartford Courant: The Big East has acknowledged that two offensive holding penalties against Connecticut in the final two minutes against Notre Dame should not have been called.
Stuart Tomlinson, Oregonian: Oregon cheerleader Katelynn Johnson talks about getting hit squarely in the head by a bottle of water at the end of Saturday night's game between the Ducks and Arizona in Tucson. Link to video of fans throwing objects at the Oregon players and cheerleaders.
Dugan Arnett, Lawrence Journal-World: Texas Tech's Mike Leach calls the investigation of Kansas' Mark Manginio a "witch hunt."
Jeff Barker, Baltimore Sun: Two prominent officials in the state university system said that the economy has put Maryland on sensitive ground as it decides whether to retain coach Ralph Friedgen or buy out the remaining $4 million of his contract while others endure budget cuts and furloughs.
John Feinstein, Washington Post: In College Park and Charlottesville, football fans lack a sense of place.
Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press Register: It's no contest. Les Miles in the Southeastern Conference's turkey of the year.
Kevin Scarbinsky, Birmingham News: Former Auburn coach Pat Dye says Auburn won't be much better next season.
David Jones, Florida Today: Count Fox analyst Jimmy Johnson among those who don't think Tim Tebow has a future in the NFL as a quarterback. "I don't think Tim Tebow can play in the NFL if it's a pro style offense,'' Johnson said.
Helen Jung, Oregonian: Tickets to the Civil War game between Oregon State and Oregon are already commanding high prices.
Austin Ward, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Tennessee freshman safety Janzen Jackson, who had charges against him in an attempted armed robbery case dropped Monday, was reinstated to the team.
Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun: Florida's Urban Meyer says he's not interested in becoming coach at Notre Dame.
Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman: Has the Texas A&M-Texas rivalry cooled? Oklahoma, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State have all become better opponents.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: The Hlist: Nebraska and Northwestern are riding high. Minnesota, not so much.
Bud Withers, Seattle Times: Paul Wulff, who is 3-21 as coach of Washington State, says his recruiting classes will start to pay off soon.
Ted Lewis, Times-Picayune: A lighthearted ranking of the top 25 teams.
Bart Wright, Greenville News: One man's solution to college football's many ills.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Washington tight end Kavario Middleton said the Huskies plan to score at least 50 points against Washington State.
Associated Press: Cincinnati's Brian Kelly, on speculation that he will become the next coach at Notre Dame: "This is the silly season, you know? ... The truth is, this happens every year. It will continue to happen while I'm at the University of Cincinnati because nobody thinks that Cincinnati is a destination job, so it just happens this way."
State Fans Nation: North Carolina State offensive coordinator Dana Bible has been diagnosed with leukemia.
Ken Tysiac, Charlotte Observer: North Carolina State play-by-play broadcaster Gary Hahn is recovering from prostate cancer surgery.
Eric Prisbell and Steve Yanda, Washington Post: Perhaps this coach-in-waiting thing is not such a good idea. Thanks to Pam.
Brett Vito, Denton Record-Chronicle: North Texas' Todd Dodge is not sure if he will be back next season as coach.
Nick Baumgardner, Bowling Green Daily News: Stanford running backs coach Willie Taggart has been named coach at Western Kentucky.
KTAR: World Wrestling Entertainment champion John Cena will serve as the grand marshal for the 39th Annual Fort McDowell Fiesta Bowl Parade. Thanks to the Midwest Correspondent.
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