Campus Union, SI.com: Another bullying incident? A fight involving two California players resulted in freshman running back Fabiano Hale being taken to the hospital.
Stephen Tsai, Honolulu Advertiser: Hawaii's Norm Chow, in the second year of a five-year contract, says he has no intention of quitting. The Warriors are 0-8 this season and 3-17 overall under Chow.
Sports Media Watch: The Miami/Florida State "Saturday Night Football" game drew a 5.4 overnight rating on ABC, up 184% from Oklahoma State/Kansas State last year (5.4), up 157% from regional action in 2011 (2.1), and the third-highest of the season for college football on any network.
Associated Press: Some Missouri students are criticizing Tiger fans for booing a reference to President Barack Obama during a halftime ceremony last Saturday.
Jon Solomon, AL.com: Faking injuries is a growing concern, says national coordinator of officiating Rogers Redding.
Curtis Eichelberger, Bloomberg.com and Brent Zwerneman, Houston Chronicle: Texas A&M said Johnny Manziel's Heisman Trophy brought only $20,000 into the university's coffers. But is the university just putting on the spin after an official earlier said the impact would be an eye-popping $250 million.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fifty teams are now eligible for bowl games, meaning there are only 20 slots that need to be filled by Selection Sunday on Dec. 8.