Scott Wright, Oklahoman: Fans wishing to see Oklahoma State's home game against Georgia will have to buy season tickets because there will be no single-game ticket sales. Oklahoma State used the same policy last year for its home game against rival Oklahoma.
Brett McMurphy and Mick Elliot, Tampa Tribune: Three days after his supposed firing, offensive coordinator Greg Gregory was still working in his office at South Florida. Gregory was supposedly fired after he told coach Jim Leavitt that he would interview for an opening on Florida's staff, but that job has since been filled by former Washington assistant Brian White.
Lya Wodraska and Gordon Monson, Salt Lake Tribune: Utah simply doesn't have the funds to compete with Bowl Championship Series teams when it comes to paychecks for assistants. Aaron Roderick, who recently left the Ute staff for a job at Washington, will get $200,000, more than doubling his salary. Roderick is one of several assistants to leave the Utes in the past month.
Darren Sabedra, San Jose Mercury News: Offensive line coach Chris Dalman, who is credited with reviving Stanford's running game with a sophisticated zone-blocking scheme, is leaving his job to spend more time with this family.
Ray Ratto, San Francisco Chronicle: News item: Stanford expects to lose $5 million in revenue over the next three years and officials are exploring how to trim the budget without trimming sports. Reaction: It's clear the football program is not pulling its weight.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: The Washington athletic department is looking into whether the football program may have committed a secondary violation while playing host to recruits last weekend.
Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star: Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford was never close to leaving Oklahoma, according to the father, Kent. "He wanted to come back to OU for at least one more year all along."
Jim Benton, Rocky Mountain News: Air Force's Troy Calhoun has agreed to a new contract that runs through 2013.
TFY Draft: Detailed Senior Bowl practice notes.
John Werner, Waco Tribune-Herald: Former Houston running back Terrance Ganaway plans to transfer to Baylor.
Josh Langenbacher, Daily Collegian: The decision of former Penn State defensive end Maurice Evans to apply for early entry into the NFL draft is questioned.
Ian R. Rapoport, Birmingham News: Rich Brooks has something over Nick Saban. The Kentucky coach now has a Ford F150 Crew Cab Truck customized in his honor.
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