Lunchtime links: Cam Dantley's progression

Posted by ESPN.com's Brian Bennett

  • Cameron Dantley has made progress at quarterback for Syracuse but still needs to cut down his mistakes, Donnie Webb writes in the Syracuse Post-Standard.

"For me, I play good for most parts of the game," Dantley said. "I start off strong. But there are also points in the game where I kind of go back to my first year or first game ever playing and look like I don't know what I'm doing out there. The biggest part for me is to be consistent and make the routine plays when I can make a routine plays."

  • First-year Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Phil Bennett (great name) has plenty of background coaching against the option offense, like the Panthers will see Saturday at Navy. Kevin Gorman has the story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

  • West Virginia has agreed to a home-and-home series with LSU for 2010 and 2011, according to the Charleston Daily Mail.

  • Zach Frazer is a cool customer for UConn and is ready to improve on his first start at North Carolina, Desmond Conner writes in the Hartford Courant.

  • Louisville needs to get off to better starts, C.L. Brown writes in The Courier-Journal. The Cardinals have yet to score in the first quarter against an FBS opponent this season.

  • Receiver Tim Brown -- all 5-foot-8, 165 pounds of him -- could be the spark the Rutgers offense needs, Tom Luicci writes in The Star-Ledger.