David Wharton and Gary Klein, Los Angeles Times: USC cornerback Shareece Wright has been charged with felony resisting a police officer in connection with a party last weekend.
Joseph Person, Columbia State: The five South Carolina players involved in Thursday's lunchtime brawl will not press charges against the non-students they fought in the food court of the student union.
Associated Press: East Carolina is being fined $10,000 by Conference USA because fans rushed the field after East Carolina's upset victory over West Virginia last weekend.
Desmond Connor, Hartford Courant: For the second week in a row, more than half a million Connecticut households will not have access to UConn's game.
Gary Shelton, St. Petersburg Times: South Florida's defense did some growing up and the Bulls rallied from a 20-3 deficit and defeated Kansas, 37-34.
Vince Grippi, Spokesman Review: The venue may have changed, but the results were the same. Washington State is once again defenseless in a 45-17 loss at Baylor.
Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel: Florida State is trying to put a happy face on allegations of academic fraud.