Daniel Lyght, Fresno Bee: Ending months of speculation, Fresno State coach Pat Hill said that he has agreed to a pay cut and a new contract that will extend his tenure through the 2013 season. Hill, entering his 14th season at Fresno State, declined to give financial details of the deal, which has yet to be signed.
Steve Andress: KEZI-TV: Former Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli reportedly has completed his last two classes to earn his undergraduate degree at the school, allowing him to transfer and play immediately in 2010.
Pete Pelegrin, Miami Herald: The sportswriter announces his departure from the newspaper. He's not a happy man. (If link is taken down, a copy of the column is saved here.) Update: Also added a copy of reader comments. Find it by clicking here.
Ken Tysiac, Raleigh News & Observer: Despite aggressive countermeasures, the influence of agents hustling to curry favor among college athletes is one of the biggest problems athletic administrators face as they try to keep their programs from running afoul of NCAA rules.
Eleven Warriors: Which program has the most annoying fans? Here are five to choose from: Notre Dame, Florida, Louisiana State, Tennessee and Miami.
TMZ: Colt McCoy got married last weekend, and even at his wedding party, he was upstaged by former college rival Tim Tebow.
Joseph Plambeck, New York Times: ESPN is planning several changes to its magazine to better coordinate its coverage with ESPN's networks.
Cal Bears.com: California is asking fans to vote for their favorite gameday photos. The top five will be used on billboards throughout the Bay Area.
Scott Wolf, Inside USC: The Harris Poll will not recognize USC this season. The Associated Press poll is the only major poll that plans to include the Trojans.
Kyle Veazey, Clarion Ledger: Has Twitter changed how you follow college sports?
Kyle Ringo, Boulder Daily Camera: Colorado season-ticket sales surged slightly over the past month, but total sales are down from the same point last year.
WLTX-TV: Sales of season tickets at South Carolina are down nearly 10% from a year ago and 20% from two years ago.
John Aguilar, Boulder Daily Camera: A judge set bond at $2,500 for former Colorado linebacker Lynn Katoa, who was arrested last week for allegedly violating his probation by head-butting a man outside a Boulder bar.
Dave Matter, Columbia Daily Tribune: Missouri junior linebacker Tyler Crane, a deep reserve, has been dismissed from the team for undisclosed disciplinary reasons.
Paul Myerberg, Pre-Snap Read: A look at No. 45 Nevada.
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