The Bowl Championship Series stripped Southern California of its 2004 title on Monday, wiping the Trojans' 55-19 victory over Oklahoma in the 2005 Orange Bowl from the record books and leaving that season without a BCS champion.
The Trojans were hit with NCAA sanctions last year for rules violations during the 2004 and 2005 seasons.
The NCAA ruled that star tailback Reggie Bush received improper extra benefits during those seasons and was ineligible when he played.
The Trojans will not have to relinquish the Associated Press national championship.
The BCS also said the Trojans must vacate their participation in 2006 Rose Bowl, a 41-38 loss to Texas.
Boston University assistant coach Dwayne Killings, who served as Temple's assistant director for men's basketball operations from 2006-09, was named an Owls assistant.
Arizona State's Krista Donnenwirth hit two homers and drove in four runs as the Sun Devils routed Florida, 14-4, in the opening game of the Women's College World Series softball finals in Oklahoma City.
In the NCAA baseball tournament, Evan Marzilli drove in two runs as defending national champion South Carolina beat visiting Stetson, 8-2, to win the Columbia Regional.
Scott Sitz pitched four scoreless innings, and Florida State beat Alabama, 11-1, in the Tallahassee Regional, in a game resumed in the sixth after rain Sunday night delayed it.
Kendal Carrillo pitched 11/3 innings for the win as Texas used six pitchers to win the Austin Regional with a 5-0 victory over Kent State.
Ryan Fuller hit a three-run homer as Connecticut beat Clemson, 14-1, to take the Clemson Regional.
Ryan Behmanesh had two doubles as Dallas Baptist held off Oral Roberts, 11-9, to win the Fort Worth Regional.
NASCAR: Owner Richard Childress was fined $150,000 for assaulting Kyle Busch on Saturday at Kansas Speedway, the latest incident in an ongoing feud between the driver and Childress' race teams.
The 65-year-old Childress apparently approached Busch after the truck race, placed him in a headlock, and punched him several times.
Childress, who dodged a suspension from NASCAR, was upset that Busch had bumped into Joey Coulter on the cool-down lap after the race.
According to reports, Childress removed his watch and handed it to grandson Austin Dillon before hitting Busch.
"I wonder if Pop Pop will get a senior citizen discount on his fine?" Dillon tweeted.
SOCCER: FIFA president Sepp Blatter has asked opera tenor Placido Domingo to join a "council of wisdom," intended to help clean up world soccer's governing body, alongside former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger and former Netherlands star Johan Cruyff.
Midfielder Alejandro Bedoya has been added to the U.S. national team for the CONCACAF Gold Cup, replacing injured Benny Feilhaber. The U.S. faces Canada on Tuesday.
- Staff and wire reports