Austin American-Statesman: In what is becoming an almost ridiculous scenario, Texas has already received 19 commitments to its class of 2010.
Doug Griffiths, Rivals: Purdue athletic director Morgan Burke wants plans for an upper deck on Rose-Ade Stadium to move forward.
John McGrath, Tacoma News Tribune: Former Washington linebacker Marquis Cooper, who was aboard a fishing boat that was reported missing off the Florida coast, always had a love for fishing, once calling it "a drug."
Ben Prather, FanBlogs: How a playoff system would undermine the regular season.
Aaron Shill, Mormon Times: Brigham Young's influence has spread to — of all places — Southern Nevada. There are approximately 100,000 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in the area.
Get The Picture: Is Phillip Fulmer a lousy tipper? Tennessee fans continue to bash their former coach.
Michael Carvell, Inside College Recruiting: Another bizarre recruiting incident at Tennessee. Four members of Lane Kiffin's staff ripped off their shirts during a junior day on campus.
Jake Trotter, Oklahoman: Oklahoma will begin the search for four new starters on the offensive line when spring drills begin Tuesday.
Dwain Price, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Baylor opens spring practice Monday with hopes of ending a bowl drought that dates to 1994.
Mark Janssen, Manhattan Mercury: Andy Ludwig, who left his job last month as offensive coordinator at Kansas State for a similar position at California, says the switch in schools was simply a "family matter."
Ron Kroichick, San Francisco Chronicle: Former UCLA quarterback Drew Olson advanced to the semifinals of the San Francisco City Golf Championship.
Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio State offensive lineman Mike Adams had a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed in court. Adams was fined for running a stop sign.
Deadspin: Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett is reportedly blogging from the Toledo Correctional Institution.
Mike Mauro, Daily Campus: Winners and losers from the NFL scouting combine.
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