Michael Carvell, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks have been banned from recruiting at Tucker High in Georgia after the team withdrew a scholarship offer to linebacker Jonathan Davis.
Jon Wilner, San Jose Mercury News: Is Jim Harbaugh's agent using a website to try and drive up the price of an expected extension for his client at Stanford?
Joe Giglio, Raleigh News & Observer: East Carolina athletic director Terry Holland, in an apparent response to reports that coach Skip Holtz is scheduled to interview for the opening at Boston College, issued a statement that said in part, "No one has asked to speak to any ECU head coach."
Mark Shurtleff: The Utah attorney general is using his personal blog to answer criticism that he's wasting state resources by investigating whether the Bowl Championship Series violates federal antitrust laws. This comes after the Salt Lake Tribune published an editorial critical of Shurtleff.
Joe Schad, ESPN.com: The American Football Coaches Association has forwarded a proposal for an early signing day for college football recruits, tentatively set for the third week in December. It wil be reviewed by conference commissioners Thursday.
Nick Perry and Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: The Seattle Seahawks have told the Washington Huskies that they can play their 2010 home games at Qwest Field, clearing a hurdle in the possible $150 million renovation of Husky Stadium.
Dave Matter, Columbia Tribune: Missouri's Chase Daniel said he sprained a ligament at the base of the right thumb on his throwing hand late in the season, contributing to a decline in his performance.
Rob Moseley, Eugene Register-Guard: Former Tennessee quarterback Tee Martin said he will meet with Mike Bellotti and Chip Kelly about a potential assistant coaching position with the Oregon Ducks.
Scott Wright, Oklahoman: What's behind all the staff departures at Oklahoma State? The biggest reason is money. Plus, Mike Gundy paid a visit last week to former Miami quarterback Robert Marve, who is reportedly considering transferring to Oklahoma State and Purdue, among others.
Kent Youngblood, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Minnesota's Tim Brewster denied a report that he has offered the offensive coordinator's job to Oklahoma quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel. Thanks to Kevin of We Are Penn State.
Jay Drew, Salt Lake Tribune: Brigham Young's Bronco Mendenhall said padless practices were not the reason the Cougars fell short of expectations in 2008.
Alan Schmadtke, On Campus: Southern Mississippi has extended the contract of Larry Fedora by one year.
Brett Vito, Denton Record-Chronicle: Giovanni Vizza, North Texas' starting quarterback, has decided to transfer.
Dirk Facer, Deseret News: Utah defensive end Paul Kruger is giving up his final two years of eligibility and will enter the NFL draft.
Donnie Webb, Syracuse Post-Standard: How seniors are selected for postseason all-star games.
Losers With Socks: Welcome to the Bammeroid Shakespeare Festival.