Tyson Alger, Oregonian: Former Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli is now free to "move on with his life" after he cleared up legal obligations stemming from a June 7 traffic stop.
David Moulton, Naples News: Making the case for Bowl Championship Series teams leaving the NCAA.
Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports: Les Miles' stock has tumbled to the point that Michigan might take a pass if he were to get fired by Louisiana State.
Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel: Has Tennessee's program plunged to a point where the Volunteers actually have to gamble on an unproven coach in Derek Dooley?
Andy Baggott, Madison.com: It's unclear what the Big Ten will do with 12 teams, but Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez has ideas.
David Brandt, Clarion Ledger: Mississippi quarterback Raymond Cotton has left the team. He was the No. 2 quarterback behind Nathan Stanley entering fall drills.
Jim Wyatt, Tennessean: Tennessee Titans running backs coach Kennedy Pola will be the offensive coordinator at USC. Titans coach Jeff Fisher is upset with Lane Kiffin for showing a "lack of professionalism."
Nate Thompson, Grand Haven (Mich.) Tribune: An interview with Orangebloods.com's Chip Brown.
Billings Gazette: Tennessee has found a replacement for North Texas on its 2011 schedule. The Volunteers reportedly have reached a deal with Montana for a Sept. 3 game.
Daniel Lyght, Fresno Bee: A Fresno State-California game is in the works for 2011.
Eric Baily, Tulsa World: Receiver A.J. Whitmore has been dismissed from the University of Tulsa for not meeting academic eligibility requirements.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Why Washington took a chance on signing Josh Shirley, the former UCLA signee who was dismissed from the roster after being arrested on suspicion of a theft on campus June 23.
Kyle Ringo, Boulder Daily Camera: Paul Richardson, another former UCLA signee who was arrested in the June 23 incident, could be headed to Colorado.
Paul Myerberg, Pre-Snap Read: A look at No. 41 Mississippi.