Indiana University's basketball coach, Bob Knight, said colleges should fire coaches who cheat on recruiting and the NCAA should bar them from coaching again. And, he said, schools that break recruiting rules should have two home games scratched from their schedule.
He said "some basketball players are being offered more money to attend college than the professors who teach at the schools they attend." He threatened to name offending schools to NCAA officials . . .
Galen Hall said he hopes his University of Florida team can keep its first SEC football championship, despite its trouble with the NCAA.
"We have got to run a clean program," he said, "which we will do . . . We will be investigated every six months . . . I don't feel you have to bend or break any NCAA rules to recruit" . . .
No, the University of Miami's quarterback, Bernie Kosar, said, he has not decided to give up two years of college eligibility to play in the NFL.
"I will not respond to any ridiculous rumors," he said. "I will leave all my options open" . . .
West Virginia's women will play GW at 7:30 at Smith Center, which means Georgann Wells, the first woman to dunk in a college basketball game, might try again. The 6-foot-7 center dunked Dec. 21 in a 110-82 victory over Charleston . . .
Southern Cal's Cheryl Miller, star of the U.S. Olympic women's basketball team, will play in a tournament next fall at the University of Maryland if "all goes well," Maryland Coach Chris Weller said. Miller averages 24.7 points . . .
Kansas State's basketball coach, Jack Hartman, 59, is improving after quadruple bypass heart surgery but his doctor said it's too early to tell when Hartman might be able to coach. Hartman had chest pains after his team lost by a point to 14th-ranked Oregon State Saturday. Darryl Winston, 29, is filling in; the school said Hartman could be back in a month.