Rodney McKissic, Buffalo News: Kansas, searching for a replacement for Mark Mangino, has asked for permission to speak with Buffalo coach Turner Gill.
Jay Jenkins and Jerry Ratcliffe, Charlottesville Daily Progress: Virginia has hired Mike London as coach, replacing Al Groh. London had been coach at Richmond, where he compiled a 24-5 record.
Eric Crawford, Louisville Courier-Journal: Florida defensive coordinator Charlie Strong is expected to meet Monday with Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich about becoming the Cardinals' coach.
Pete Thamel, New York Times: A sometimes dull year had a predictable ending — controversy about who will play in the national title game and bitterness toward a system that rewards history as much as current events.
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: The Bowl Championship Series' biggest winner: The Bowl Championship Series, naturally.
Chris Dufresne, Los Angeles Times: This is the BCS as we know it — slipping out of the ropes just before the train crosses the tracks.
Dick Weiss, New York Daily News: The BCS matchup shuffle was a bit unkind to unbeaten Cincinnati, Texas Christian and Boise State.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Why the Fiesta Bowl bypassed Iowa for Boise State and TCU.
Brian Murphy, Idaho Statesman: After further review, maybe the Fiesta matchup against TCU is good for Boise State.
Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports.com: Texas in the BCS title game just doesn't seem right.
Kirk Bohls, Austin American-Statesman: Sorry, Nebraska. There's no shame in Texas' game, and that includes a running game that totaled 18 yards in Saturday night's Big 12 title game. Plus, nine things and one crazy prediction.
Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: After eking out 106 yards against Texas, Nebraska's offense fell to 102nd nationally in average yards per game (317.2). That is the Cornhuskers' lowest average output since 1968.
Claudia Grisales, Austin American-Statesman: On Sunday, even before the official matchups were announced, BCS championship game tickets were going for $925 and up on various ticket websites, with some sellers on StubHub.com asking $5,000 for prime end-zone seats.
Mike Kern, Philadelphia Daily News: Temple will be making its first appearance in a bowl game since 1979.
Chris Foster, Los Angeles Times: UCLA's bowl hopes come down to the Army-Navy game. If the Midshipmen win, the Bruins are headed to the EagleBank Bowl to play Temple.
Heisman Pundit: The final Heisman Pundit watch of 2009.
Ben Volin, Gator Bytes: Florida's Urban Meyer checked himself into the hospital about 12 hours after the Gators' loss to Alabama. He was treated for dehydration.
M Go Blog: Michigan freshman safety/linebacker Brandon Smith is looking to transfer.
College Gridiron 365: The complete 2009-10 bowl schedule.
Awful Announcing: Your 2010 BCS announcing schedule.
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