National Public Radio: It's the 25-year anniversary of "The Play." A look back at that memorable Stanford-California game, with audio and links.
Greg Stoda, Palm Beach Post: Bobby Bowden, stubborn in his insistence to stick around a once-proud program he built but now sees crumbling all around him, won't walk away. So there is only one alternative for Florida State president T.K. Wetherell: He must tell Bowden, who just got a one-year extension, that 2008 is his last season.
Sara Ganus, Oklahoman: Oklahoma screen printers are gearing up in anticipation of the Sooners winning the Big 12 championship.
Elliott Blackburn, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Texas Tech's caped mascot is riding the hot seat after the student violated school safety policy during a November pregame gallop.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: A Q&A with Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive.
Rick Bozich, Louisville Courier-Journal: Louisville fans need to back off and give Steve Kragthorpe a chance to succeed.
Associated Press: In January, Division II is expected to approve a 10-year pilot program that would allow a limited number of international schools — most expected to be Canadian — to become NCAA members.
The Big Lead: And just because, an interview with Wiz favorite Wayne Drehs of ESPN, who gives a nice plug to the Wiz.
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