NIKE, WHICH helped build Lance Armstrong's Livestrong cancer charity into a global brand and introduced its familiar yellow wristband, is cutting ties with the foundation.

The breakup was announced yesterday by Livestrong officials.

According to Livestrong and Nike, the company will stop making Livestrong apparel after 2013, but will honor the financial terms of their deal until it expires in 2014.

Financial terms were not released.

The breakup is the latest fallout from the former cyclist's doping scandal.

Colleges * 

Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly said the suspension of starting quarterback Everett Golson for the fall semester means a three-man competition heading into practices in August among Tommy Rees, Andrew Hendrix and freshman Malik Zaire.

* Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn is resigning effective June 3. Reasons for the resignation weren't disclosed.

Auto Racing * 

Five-Time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson will visit tornado-ravaged Moore, Okla., tomorrow to help distribute supplies to victims of the May 19-20 tornados. Johnson will be accompanied by his wife, Chani, a native of Muskogee, Okla.

* A former mechanic for Sarah Fisher/Hartman Racing is suing the team, alleging that he was fired after complaining about being sexually harassed by a crewmate. Scotty Merryman alleges that the team allowed another crewmember to physically and verbally sexually harass him while he was employed from January 2011 to July 2012. Merryman accuses the team of violating federal laws against sex discrimination, religion discrimination and retaliation. The lawsuit states that the other man knew Merryman was a Christian and taunted him about his sex life.

Philly File * 

Penn junior Max Marsico was selected to the Division I PING All-Northeast Region golf team.

* Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh was named the AFL offensive player of the week after throwing for seven touchdowns in Saturday's win at Tampa Bay.