Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: To maintain even a modicum of integrity and respect in the world of college football, Tennessee needs to fire Lane Kiffin. Immediately (if not sooner).
Matt Hinton, Dr. Saturday: Troy signed 40 players to letters of intent. That's 15 over the 25-scholarship limit for one class. Mississippi signed 37.
Drew Edwards, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Bryce Brown, the hotshot running back recruit who remains uncommitted, plans to visit Tennessee this weekend.
Robbi Pickeral, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina just returned from a trip to the bakery where it loaded up on creampuffs. The Tar Heels have scheduled games this fall against Georgia Southern and The Citadel. One of the openings on the schedule occurred when Butch Davis decided to cancel a home-and-home series against Colorado.
Ryan Boetel, Daily Nebraskan: Students at Nebraska are scrambling for tickets to the spring game. Over 60,000 tickets have already sold for April 18 game.
Mitch Sherman, Omaha World-Herald: The Nebraska-Missouri game, scheduled for Oct. 3 in Columbia, will be played on Oct. 8, a Thursday night. It is the Big 12 opener for both teams.
Iliana Limón, Orlando Sentinel: CBS Sports.com's Dennis Dodd must not be happy with Central Florida fans. Plus, Central Florida is offering payment plans for fans who wish to purchase season tickets. The Knights have also changed the date of their game at Texas to Nov. 7. It had been scheduled for Sept. 19.
Austin American-Statesman: Texas has moved its Nov. 7 game against Texas Tech to Sept. 19 to accommodate ABC, which plans to televise the game nationally.
Jon Wilner, College Sports Hotline: Breaking down the nonconference schedules for Pacific 10 Conference teams.
Daniel Lyght, Fresno Bee: Saying "salaries for assistant coaches are astronomical," Fresno State's Pat Hill hints that he has dropped his search for offensive and defensive coordinators and will hire from within.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Jim Michalczik lasted less than two months as Washington's offensive coordinator. He's taken a job as offensive line coach for the Oakland Raiders.
Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post: It didn't take long for Jeff Brohm, who was Louisville's offensive coordinator, to find a new gig. He's the new quarterbacks coach at Florida Atlantic.
Boulder Daily Camera: Colorado is losing Mark Nolan, its recruiting coordinator. He is the new coach at Regis High in Aurora, Colo.
David Servatius, Deseret News: Before the Utah Senate honored the undefeated Utes, it unanimously approved a resolution calling for a national playoff system.
Laura Isensee, Dallas Morning News: Updating Texas congressman Joe Barton's legislation to abolish the Bowl Championship Series.
Indianapolis Star: Indiana has agreed to a two-game home-and-home series with Virginia beginning this fall.
Associated Press: Jock Sanders, who was West Virginia's leading receiver last season, has been suspended from the team after an arrest on a drunken driving charge.
Joe Turner, Daily Trojan: A campus guide for USC's new recruits.