Arkansas' football coach, Ken Hatfield, said he has turned in two universities to the NCAA for possible recruiting violations, the Dallas Times Herald reported. Hatfield refused to identify the programs or the athletes involved, or specify whether the schools are Southwest Conference members.
Hatfield said he informed the two head coaches involved of his actions. "They said that every story has two sides, so I told them to write their side up and send it to the NCAA because I was turning them in . . . It's like a clipping penalty; you only get clipped so many times before you do something about it" . . .
A Raleigh judge has ordered N.C. State freshman quarterback Percy Moorman to undergo 60 days of psychological testing, delaying to May 28 his sentencing for raping a female student . . . Virginia offensive tackle Jim Dombrowski, a junior, has won the 1984 Jacobs Trophy, the coaches' choice as the best blocker in ACC football; a Cavalier first . . . Iowa State Coach Jim Criner dismissed starting wide receivers Tracy Henderson and Robbie Minor from the team as attitude problems. "He said he won't take us back for any reason," said Henderson, who in three seasons became ISU's all-time pass catcher . . . Robert Martin, a 6-4, 275-pound first-team all-Met tackle for Friendly High School, will attend Virginia Tech this fall.