Brett McMurphy, FanHouse: College football's biggest gross revenue producers: Texas ($87.5 million), Ohio State ($68.19 million), Florida ($66.15 million), Georgia ($65.21 million), Alabama ($64.6 million), Louisiana State ($61.86 million), Penn State ($61.76 million), Auburn ($58.61 million), South Carolina ($57.11 million) and Notre Dame ($56.92 million).
Oregonian: Is former Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli ready to transfer to Louisiana Tech? He visited the Ruston, La., campus last weekend. Unless he is granted a waiver by the NCAA, he would have to sit out the 2010 season before being eligible to compete in 2011.
Keith Sargeant, Scarlet Scuttlebutt: Rutgers Stadium is the lone football venue in the Big East with the university as its name, but that is going to change. The university plans to sell naming rights to the facility.
Paul Beaudry, Birmingham News: Does Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium have more character than Michigan Stadium or Ohio Stadium?
Greg Wallace, Anderson Independent Mail: Clemson could be looking for a new starting quarterback this fall. Kyle Parker, drafted No. 26 in the Major League Baseball draft by the Colorado Rockies, is headed to Denver this weekend to visit with team officials.
David Jones, Patriot-News: Coaches teach players not to use their helmets as weapons. Doctors warn and plead. But it's like asking a street fighter not to use a baseball bat right there in his hand.
Nolan Weidner, Syracuse Post-Standard: Syracuse and Penn State will resume their rivalry in 2013 with a game at the new Meadowlands Stadium. The Aug. 31 game will be the first of a three-game series.
Jim Watson, Shreveport Times: NFL Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw headlines a group of Louisiana Tech supporters spearheading a drive to raise $20 million to build a unique multi-purpose facility in Joe Aillet Stadium. Officials say they already have commitments totaling $9 million for the project.
C.L. Brown, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville defensive end Tim High has dropped 50 pounds in a year. He now weighs 295. "Makes me feel like I'm a little guy when I look in the mirror," he said. "I'm looking more like an athlete instead of a big guy."
Greg Auman, St. Petersburg Times: Former South Florida running back Mike Ford was arrested in his hometown of Sarasota and charged with a misdemeanor count of domestic battery. He was dismissed from the team in March for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Sam Wasson, Bleed Crimson: An interview with Western Athletic Conference commish Karl Benson.
Ben Koo: ESPN does pay bloggers, just not their own.
Paul Myerberg, Pre-Snap Read: Counting them down with No. 64 Troy.
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