Friday, November 24, 2006

News and Notes

Saturday, November 25, 2006


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Notre Dame-USC

LA Times

Split end Dwayne Jarrett did not practice Monday because of a concussion suffered while making a touchdown catch against California, but the All-American said he would play on Saturday against Notre Dame.

Oklahoma-Oklahoma State

News Oklahoma

A Monday scan of Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson’s broken collarbone revealed reason to keep him sidelined, ruling him out.


Post Gazette

The Cardinals were sure to provide the Panthers with a stiff test regardless of the circumstances, but they now have more incentive to win than they did a week ago. That’s because Louisville jumped back into the driver’s seat for the Big East championship and BCS berth Saturday when Cincinnati upset Rutgers, 30-11. Pitt raced to a 6-1 start but has lost its past four games and has looked almost powerless on defense against its past two opponents, Connecticut and West Virginia.  Joe Duffy’s sports betting selections are at   

UAB-Central Florida

Orlando Sentinel

UAB’s season has in a lot of ways mirrored UCF’s and both teams have identical overall and conference mark’s at 3-8 and 2-5. The Blazers lost for the seventh straight time to Southern Mississippi Saturday, 25-20. This weekend’s matchup could be on either end of the scoring spectrum. The Blazers and Knights are 11th and 12th respectively in Conference USA in scoring offense, but give up 24.2 and 29.4 points on defense.

Florida-Florida State

Orlando Sentinel

Florida State QB Drew Weatherford, who completed only five of 10 passes for 34 yards against Western Michigan this past weekend, will start on Saturday in the Florida game. Xavier Lee, who was 9-of-13 for 144 yards and two touchdowns in relief, will come off the sideline again because that is when he plays best, Bobby Bowden said Monday.


The Seminoles (6-5) can certainly play the spoiler against the Gators (10-1), ruining their slim national championship hopes by winning in Doak Campbell Stadium. “It makes them a dangerous team,” UF linebacker Brandon Siler said.

It’s a situation that has happened many times in the series between the schools. UF and FSU have each spoiled the other’s season with upset victories, dating to 1971, when a 0-5 Florida team upset 19th-ranked and 5-0 Florida State 17-15 in Gainesville. The Gators did it again the following season. Unranked Florida beat 14th-ranked FSU 42-14 in Tallahassee. In 1982, the unranked Gators beat the 15th-ranked Seminoles 13-10 on Jim Gainey’s 22-yard field goal with 3:23 to play. Lorenzo Hampton rushed for 138 yards and Neal Anderson had 103. Florida’s defense powered the fifth-ranked Gators to a 14-9 victory at Florida Field in 1991, giving them the first 10-win season in school history. The third-ranked Seminoles failed to score on three trips inside UF’s 15-yard line, the last time coming in the final three minutes. Stevie Vincent’s is pioneer in forensic handicapping.  


Cincinnati Post

As important as Saturday’s victory over then-No. 7 Rutgers was for the University of Cincinnati football team, this week’s game against Connecticut could be just as crucial to the Bearcats’ bowl hopes. Currently the Bearcats (6-5, 3-3 Big East) are one of 69 bowl-eligible teams competing for 64 bowl slots. There are 11 other teams still alive to become bowl eligible. Dantonio said Dustin Grutza will practice this week. Grutza didn’t practice last week because of several injuries, but chiefly an injury to his shoulder.



Tennessee sophomore linebacker Jerod Mayo is expected to miss Saturday’s regular-season finale against Kentucky with what’s feared to be a fractured kneecap.







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