Maureen Fulton, Toledo Blade: Adam Cuomo, who was a senior backup running back in 2003, admitted to his participation in a point-shaving scheme involving Toledo football and basketball teams, according to documents unsealed in U.S. District Court in Detroit earlier this week.
Jeremy Fowler, Orlando Sentinel: Amid serious budget issues, the University of Florida is turning to its athletics department for help. The school's latest budget proposal for the 2009-10 season is asking the University Athletic Association, a self-sufficient marketing arm, for $6 million.
Joe Schad, ESPN.com: Former Duke point guard Greg Paulus is likely to resume his football career at Syracuse.
Dave Sittler, Tulsa World: Maybe it's time for the Big 12 to do away with divisions and simply have the two top teams play in the league title game.
Shannon J. Owens, Orlando Sentinel: Former Oregon State running back Jeremy Francis said he plans to join the Central Florida team this fall.
Stephen Hargis and Mark Wiedmer, Chattanooga Times Fress Press: B.J. Coleman, saying he wasn't getting a fair shake to become Tennessee's starting quarterback, has left the team. Is Coleman's departure the end of Lane Kiffin's honeymoon with Volunteer fans?
Ivan Maisel, ESPN: Facing increasing criticism, Bowl Championship Series commissioners discussed hiring a Washington lobbyist to make its case in Congress.
Caitlin Sellers, Daily Collegian: Joe Paterno takes Jesus' seat at the table in a painting parody of Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper," on display in the HUB-Robeson Center's Art Alley on the Penn State campus.
Kate Hairopoulos, Dallas Morning News: Southern Methodist assistant Frank Gansz is hospitalized with complications from knee replacement surgery.
Associated Press: Three Wisconsin assistants have been admonished for violating NCAA rules by visiting prospects during an off-limits recruiting period.
Jeff Call, Deseret News: What's next for corporate sponsorship — the Soup Bowl? Salad Bowl? Tidy Bowl?
Todd Jones, Columbus Dispatch: A person identified only as "Sunny" spent $2,600 for the right to be an honorary Ohio State assistant coach at Saturday's spring scrimmage.
John Hunt, Oregonian: Cliff Harris, who is considered the top recruit in Oregon's 2009 recruiting class, was arrested and charged with felony assault of a public official.
Michael Grant, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville quarterback Tyler Wolfe has decided to transfer. He probably will attend a Division I-AA team so he can play this fall.
Desmond Conner, Hartford Courant: Connecticut linebacker Scott Lutrus, who led the team in tackles last season, was arrested after a fight an an off-campus apartment complex and charged with interfering with police.