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TCU coach Gary Patterson reportedly berated a team doctor for concluding RB Ed Wesley had suffered a concussion against SMU. Dr. Sam Haraldson told amednews.com he was "verbally accosted by the coach." Patterson said he was never contacted for the story, and couldn't go into details because of privacy laws.
The Utah starting offensive line gave up its first and only sack of the year last week against Wyoming, and it's not happy about it.
Kyle Whittingham appears to have made the right choice when he decided to coach Utah over BYU, writes Kurt Kragthorpe of the Salt Lake Tribune.
Nevada RB Courtney Randall is a student of the game, and last May became the first person in his family to graduate from college. He is in graduate classes and wants to become a sports psychologist.
Bowling Green is going to be thin at cornerback Saturday against Kent State. Starter Robert Lorenzi was dismissed from the team and Cameron Truss is out with injury.
Rice will also be missing several players for its game at UCF.
Former Southern Miss coach Jeff Bower is considered a leading candidate to replace Todd Dodge at North Texas.
UTEP quarterback Trevor Vittatoe had the walking boot off his ankle, but the Miners aren't saying whether he will play Saturday against Tulane.
Western Michigan is trying to avoid what happened the last time it played Akron -- a wild finish that ended with a Zips win.
UAB backup quarterback David Isabelle has an injured hand, and that might force Joe Bento into action if anything happens to Bryan Ellis.
Purdue is not pleased that Kent State dumped its game in favor of one against Alabama to open 2011.