Associated Press: A Tennessee fan who happens to be a Nashville lawyer is suing the university in a dispute over prime box seats at Neyland Stadium. In his lawsuit, Thomas Luck wants the seating rights that were given to his father in 1961. The school is trying to move his seats, and require him to donate an additional $6,000 to the university and pay face value for the tickets.
Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: Is Lane Kiffin in over his head? The Tennessee coach, who was called "a flat-out liar" after he was fired by Al Davis, has been displaying a bizarre and infantile behavior the past few weeks.
Rob Moseley, Eugene Register-Guard: Oregon will announce the receipt of signed letters of intent Wednesday by using its Twitter feed.
Pete Pelegrin, Miami Herald: Florida International is dropping a game this fall against South Florida in order to schedule one with Rutgers. The Bulls, who reportedly were paying the Golden Panthers only $200,000 for the game in Tampa, are now left with an opening on the schedule.
Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune: Is Crewcut Charlie Weis interested in adding former Cleveland Browns coach Romeo Crennel to his staff?
Rodney McKissic, Buffalo News: Buffalo coach Turner Gill promoted Danny Barrett from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator.
Bobbi Roquemore, Dallas Morning News: Former Southern Methodist quarterback Logan Turner has transferred to Division II Southeastern Oklahoma.