Reuters: Former Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth was arrested on suspicion of driving his Harley Davidson motorcycle drunk along Hollywood Boulevard.
Sydney Holtzclaw, Crimson White: A student group has proposed a policy change that would punish students who don't use their football tickets.
Chadd Cripe, Idaho Statesman: Boise State athletic director Gene Bleymaier said his department has lost almost $500,000 in revenue for next year because of cuts by the university and reduced income from endowments. Plus, the cost of scholarships has doubled since 2001.
Mick Elliott, Tampa Tribune: The NCAA has given its blessing to Tim Tebow, allowing the Florida quarterback to be a fundraiser for his father's charities.
Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star: Former Nebraska coach Frank Solich was asked to be the main speaker at the Cornhuskers' spring coaches' clinic but declined because his Ohio Bobcats would be in the middle of spring drills. It appears the deep and ugly wounds from his 2003 firing are starting to heal.
Michael Lev, Orange Country Register: Pete Carroll is upset with ESPN's Todd McShay, who said Mark "Sanchez does not have a very strong arm."
Scott Wolf, L.A. Daily News: USC tailback Joe McKnight said he will not participate in spring practice because he is still recovering from a dislocation of four toes on his left foot suffered in the Rose Bowl.
John Bridges, Austin American Statesman: Texas president William Powers, lobbying to get a law changed that requires Texas public universities to admit the top 10% of students from every high school, said the Longhorns might have to do away with their athletics programs if officials have no say in the admissions process.
Evan Woodbery, Mobile Press-Register: Arkansas State said it had secured an "unprecedented" $1 million guarantee for its 2010 game against Auburn, the largest in team history.
Bill Koch, Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati's Brian Kelly said he had agreed to a one-year contract extension through the 2013 season.
Bob Asmussen, Champaign News-Gazette: New Illinois offensive coordinator Mike Schultz will be paid $260,000 annually.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Pittsburgh linebacker Adam Gunn was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA, but his status for returning to the Panthers is pending medical clearance. He suffered a broken neck in the 2008 opener.
Charleston Gazette: Marshall linebacker Corey Hart has been suspended for the 2009 opener after his arrest on marijuana charges.
John Heuser, Ann Arbor News: Michigan running back Mike Shaw and linebacker Jonas Mouton will miss spring practices while they recover from sports hernia surgery and shoulder surgery, respectively.
Josh Ward, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Running back David Oku has signed with Tennessee.
Atlanta Journal Constitution: Tight end Orson Charles has signed with Georgia.
Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina will quit doing business with Russell Athletics because of the athletic apparel company's labor issues at its Honduran plants.
Ben Casselman, Wall Street Journal: The timing couldn't be worse for the opening of the Dallas Cowboys new stadium. Thanks to Tom Silvestri.