Another day, another bit of craziness in the saga that is Mike Leach and Texas Tech. Yesterday, Leach's lawyers said they will file an injunction so he can coach his team in this week's Alamo Bowl.
The case will be heard in Lubbock, Texas, today at 11 a.m.
If you've forgotten why Leach has to do this, he was suspended after broadcaster Craig James - the father of wide receiver Adam James - alleged Leach mistreated his son.
Temple finally made a bowl, took a lead - and then UCLA came back and knocked off the Owls, 30-21, in the EagleBank Bowl.
Good news for the Big Ten. The league is 1-0 in bowls right now after Wisconsin beat Miami, 20-14, in the Champs Sports Bowl.
Ben Cronin's season is over. His career looks like it will also end before it really got started thanks to last season's hip surgery, writes Michael Rothstein of AnnArbor.com.
More bad news for Michigan. Associate head coach Jerry Dunn is taking a leave of absence for family reasons.
Wanna talk about all this stuff? Even more as Michigan opens Big Ten play tomorrow - chat live with Rothstein at Noon.
Tom Izzo held Kalin Lucas out of practice Tuesday due to what he cited as a lack of leadership, writes Joe Rexrode of the Lansing State Journal.
Da'Sean Butler hit a long shot from the wing almost at the buzzer to keep West Virginia undefeated, knocking off Marquette, 63-62.
Indiana freshman Maurice Creek had surgery Tuesday and will be out for the season, reports LaMond Pope of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.
Michigan's rough hockey season continues with a 4-3 loss to RPI, writes Jeff Arnold of AnnArbor.com.
Michigan women's basketball is better than a year ago.
Jason Bay signs with the New York Mets. Growing up in New York, to me that means you should drop Bay from all fantasy teams.
Want to read a crazy story about college kids? Check out this tale from Tucson Weekly on the semester at the University of Arizona newspaper, the Daily Wildcat.
Must-read book? Essays on The Big Lebowski.
Charlie Sheen's wife alleges Sheen threatened to have her killed, CNN reports.
EDDIE VEDDER PERFORMS CITY OF RUINS (BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN) AT THE KENNEDY CENTER: