Wes Rucker, Chattanooga Times Free Press: One Tennessee player has been dismissed from the program and two suspended indefinitely in connection with a Friday morning nightclub brawl near campus. Sophomore safety Darren Myles Jr. was dismissed from the program after being charged with simple assault, resisting arrest, evading arrest and public intoxication. Sophomore linebacker Greg King and sophomore defensive tackle Marlon Walls — who haven't been charged — were suspended indefinitely. The status of freshman receiver Da'Rick Rogers, who was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, remains in question.
Thayer Evans, New York Times: Seantrel Henderson, a prized offensive lineman considered by most analysts to be the nation’s top high school recruit, said he would attend Miami in the fall. "They have a good, up-and-coming football program. They've got good coaches. I just liked the vibe down there when I visited."
Ron Musselman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Penn State quarterbacks coach Jay Paterno said that his legendary father, Joe, is feeling much better after battling intestinal issues much of the spring. "There's really not any thoughts crossing his mind that he's slowing down. He's lost some weight and part of it was he's now trying to walk more and get himself in fighting shape for the season. If we had practice tomorrow or played a game tomorrow, he'd be fine."
Stu Durando, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Al Grivetti, the designer of the Big Ten logo, plans to talk to league officials about possibly updating the image.
Brian Christopherson, Lincoln Journal Star: Pay-per-view telecasts have been good to Nebraska. Since the Cornhuskers' first pay-per-view appearance on Oct. 12, 2002, against Missouri, Nebraska been on Fox’s pay-per-view package 18 times. The Cornhuskers have won 17 of those games and have found financial successes from the telecasts in the process.
Perryn Keys, Baton Rouge Advocate: Quarterback Chris Garrett will transfer from Louisiana State. He finished spring practice as the No. 3 quarterback behind last year's starter, Jordan Jefferson, and 2008 starter Jarrett Lee.
Bob Condotta, Seattle Times: Washington quarterback Jake Locker is scheduled to throw out the first pitch at Saturday's game between the New York Yankees and Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field.
Joseph Person, Columbia State: South Carolina and Central Florida have agreed to a home-and-home series beginning in 2013.
Randy Riggs, Austin American-Statesman: Nebraska is already getting fired up for the Oct. 16 game against Texas in Lincoln.
Greg Auman, St. Petersburg Times: Kevin Gidrey, a 6-foot-3, 255-pound fullback/tight end from East Carolina, will be joining Skip Holtz as a graduate transfer at South Florida.
Rachel Gallegos, Iowa City Press-Citizen: Iowa defensive end Broderick Binns was arrested after allegedly driving drunk two weeks before his 21st birthday.
Sports By Brooks: Jeremy Green, the son of former NFL and college coach Dennis Green who was arrested and charged with first-degree possession of child pornography, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia, told police he was a cocaine user. Green has been terminated from his job as an NFL analyst for ESPN.
Tammy Nunez, Times-Picayune: Tulane, which saw half of its sports teams get washed away by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, added women's sand volleyball and women's bowling to give it the NCAA-required 16 teams.
Paul Myerberg, Pre-Snap Read: A look at No. 55 Northern Illinois.
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