The Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday on whether the salaries of Penn State employees, including football coach

Joe Paterno

, should be released to the public.

Penn State will not disclose the salaries of its administrators and employees and has tried to block an attempt by a reporter for the Patriot-News of Harrisburg to find out the salary of Paterno and three top administrators.

The school gets about 10 percent of its more than $3 billion budget from the state, but is a separate entity.

Jai Lucas, a McDonald's all-American and son of former NBA player and coach John Lucas, has committed to play basketball at Florida.

Todd McCorkle's sudden decision May 7 to resign as the women's golf coach at Georgia followed complaints from players about his inappropriate sexual comments and jokes, according to documents obtained by the Associated Press.

Kyle Hawkins, the Missouri men's lacrosse coach who revealed he was gay before last season, was fired after the team finished 6-9, his first losing record at the school.

Pro football

Brett Favre

acknowledged his anger over the Packers' unwillingness to pull off a trade for wide receiver

Randy Moss

, but the quarterback denied that he really wanted Green Bay to trade him.

"I was frustrated a couple weeks back when Randy Moss was traded to New England," Favre said on the Packers' Web site. "I never wanted to be traded and I don't want to be traded."

Terrell Owens was asked what he got out of his only season with Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells.

"Nothing, really," the receiver said at the end of the Cowboys' first minicamp since Parcells retired. Owens said things were "a little bit more relaxed" under new coach Wade Phillips.

A decision on Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones' appeal for leniency from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be delayed while lawyers complete paperwork. Jones was suspended for the 2007 season for conduct detrimental to the league.

Jones has not been convicted of any charges but has been arrested five times since being drafted.

The Cincinnati Bengals released defensive tackle Sam Adams and signed free-agent defensive tackle Kenderick Allen to a one-year contract.

Auto racing

Joe Gibbs Racing officials met to discuss personnel changes after a pit-road mishap cost

Denny Hamlin

a possible victory at Darlington Raceway.

He criticized his crew after a pair of dropped lug nuts during a late pit stop cost him Sunday's race. Hamlin, who led for 179 laps, was in second when he went into the pits but fell to 16th after the error.

He rallied to finish second to Jeff Gordon.

Daniel McGarvie, a 52-year-old race car driver who crashed into a wall at the Eriez Speedway in Erie on Sunday night, died of a heart attack that led to the crash, Erie County coroner Lyell Cook ruled.

Cook performed an autopsy yesterday on the resident of Summit Township, Pa.

Cycling

Floyd Landis

began defense of his Tour de France title before arbitrators in a courtroom in Malibu, Calif.

Landis is charged with using a banned synthetic testosterone. He is challenging the procedures used by the French lab that tested his urine samples.

Tennis

Roger Federer

will compete in the French Open and Wimbledon without a coach. The top-ranked player split from

Tony Roche

after four straight tournaments without a title.