Ralph D. Russo, Associated Press: Colt McCoy didn't have a clue. The Texas quarterback says he didn't understand the rule on an incomplete pass. McCoy thought the clock would stop on a ball thrown out of bounds as soon as it passed the first-down marker. Not the case. The clock runs until the ball hits something.
Jon Wilner, College Hotline: Stanford's Toby Gerhart is expected to enter the NFL draft, according to Toby Gerhart.
Doug Lesmerises, Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio State center Jim Cordle proposed to his girlfriend at the team's banquet. She accepted. With video.
Anthony Gimino, Tucson Citizen: Victories over Arizona State and USC helped Arizona's Mike Stoops earn $80,000 in bonuses.
Corey Clark, Tallahassee Democrat: Outgoing Florida State coach Bobby Bowden said he considered not coaching the Seminoles in a bowl game. "Then I felt like it's not fair to the boys. It would be like me running off on them. And I wasn't going to do that."
TMZ: The celebrity website asks Tim Tebow if he has any advice for Tiger Woods.
Lester Munson, ESPN.com: Federal legislation that could lead to a Division I-A playoff will move a step closer to reality on Wednesday in a hearing before a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Gentry Estes, Mobile Press-Register: Alabama announced it will not hold classes Jan. 6-8 because of faculty, staff and students who want to make the trip to Pasadena for the Bowl Championship Series title game.
Sports Media Watch: Big ratings for the Southeastern Conference and Big 12 title games. Cincinnati-Pittsburgh also drew nice numbers. The Atlantic Coast Conference title game had a 35% drop in viewership. For the third year in a row, there was a decline in viewership of the BCS selection show.
Tom FitzGerald, San Francisco Chronicle: Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck probably won't play in the Sun Bowl because of a broken index finger on his throwing hand.
Paul Finebaum, Mobile Press-Register: Nick Saban can thank Tim Tebow and Rich Rodriguez for Saturday's victory over Florida.
The Lost Lettermen: Former Heisman winners Ty Detmer and Charlie Ward talk about who they voted for to win this year's trophy.
Doug Robinson, Deseret News: Non-BCS teams Boise State and Texas Christian were ushered off to the little card table in the other room.
Anne Danahy, Centre Daily Times: Penn State has decided to move the student seating section at Beaver Stadium after complaints from boosters. The students traditionally stand throughout home games, cutting off the view of thousands of high-dollar boosters.
Jeff Metcalfe, Arizona Republic: Tailback Ryan Bass has decided to transfer from Arizona State.
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