Tom Hoffarth, Farther Off the Wall: Pete Arbogast, the play-by-play announcer for radio broadcasts of USC games, made an appearance on an online sex show and talked about his favorite position and why performance matters more than size.
Ray Melick, Birmingham News: Are coaches punching loopholes in NCAA rules with graduate assistants?
Jonathan Okanes, Bear Talk: Three people were near the top of Tightwad Hill late Thursday afternoon taking a peek at California’s spring practice. The trio was spotted by security and one of them, standing at the top of the stadium rim with a bullhorn, ordered the onlookers to move along.
Dan Patrick: UCLA's Rick Neuheisel warns about the dangers of filling out an NCAA tournament bracket. He now prefers ponds to pools.
Lance Vaillancourt, Boulder Daily Camera: A rule violation by Colorado’s athletic department more than three years ago recently resulted in a $50,000 windfall for Boulder’s Habitat for Humanity office — thanks to a sharp-eyed newspaper reader.
Michael Rothstein, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette: Notre Dame's Crewcut Charlie Weis said he plans to leave the press box and coach from the field this season.
Charles Robinson, Yahoo! Sports: A look at the top 10 college football factories and some of their raw NFL placement numbers.
Ian R. Rapoport, Birmingham News: Artist Daniel Moore, who is being sued by Alabama for trademark violations, says he's looking forward to the case going to trial.
Losers With Socks: Rumors, rumors, rumors. Is the NCAA prepping to clean Alabama's clock again?
Leon Stafford, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party might be moving indoors. The Atlanta Sports Council is interested in hosting the annual Florida-Georgia game once every four years.
Alan Schmadtke, College Gridiron 365: The NCAA needs tougher penalties. Instead of taking away scholarships or victories, hit the teams where it hurts most: in the checkbook.
Ferd Lewis, Honolulu Advertiser: For the first time in team history, Hawaii could play two sets of back-to-back road games in a season, according to some scenarios under Western Athletic Conference scheduling consideration for 2009.
Curtis Lum, Honolulu Advertiser: Hawaii senior cornerback JoPiere Davis was indicted on burglary, sexual assault and assault charges in connection with two incidents involving a fellow student last September and again in January.
Marc Morehouse, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Iowa defensive end Adrian Clayborn had pled not guilty to a charge of assasult causing bodily injury. The charge resulted from an incident in January involving Clayborn and an Iowa City taxi driver.
Associated Press: Duke and North Carolina are the latest schools to drop ties to Russell Athletic after two watchdog groups said the Atlanta-based clothing-maker harassed pro-union Honduran employees.
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