---Looks like there's more trouble for Ohio State as former Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor made thousands of dollars autographing memorabilia in 2009-10, a former friend who says he witnessed the transactions has told ESPN's "Outside the Lines." The signings for cash, which would be a major violation of NCAA rules, occurred a minimum of 35-40 times, netting Pryor anywhere from $20,000-$40,000, the former friend says. Pryor announed on Tuesday that he won't return for his senior year.
---Dave Wannstedt, the former Pitt coach, catches up on the NFL game.
---In time, Turner Gill could prove to be the right coach for Kansas.
---How long will Bill Stewart remain coach at West Virginia?
---The BCS picks dates for its games.
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