COLLEGES Morehouse -- Former NFL WR Dwight Scales has resigned after one year as head football coach at Atlanta school, saying he wants to pursue coaching in World League of American Football. Tigers went 1-7-1 last season, Scales's first as head coach. He spent nine years in NFL, starting with Los Angeles Rams in 1976. Brigham Young -- Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer was named winner of the 10th annual Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award by the Fort Worth Club. He'll be honored at a Feb. 11 dinner at the club. FOOTBALL

Sacramento Surge -- World League of American Football team named former Boise State and Iowa State coach Jim Criner as an assistant to head coach Kay Stephenson. Criner, 50, will coach the Surge's offensive line. SKIING

World Cup -- In Meribel, France, Petra Kronberger of Austria completed a sweep of weekend competition as she won a women's Super-G race. Kronberger finished almost a half-second ahead of Germany's Michaela Gerg with a total time of 1 minute 20.99 seconds for two runs down the future Olympic course. Gerg edged France's Carole Merle for second place, 1:21.48 to 1:21.49. Kronberger now has 276 points in 16 events as she bids to win overall title for second year in a row.