Dennis Erickson won a pair of national titles at Miami and has been a head coach at three Pac-12 schools.Now the 65-year-old is coming out of retirement to help transform Utah's offense, joining 26-year-old Brian Johnson as co-offensive coordinator.Head coach Kyle Whittingham made it clear during a Monday news conference, however, that Erickson would have final say as coordinator.The Utes, 5-7 last year, were 105th in the nation in total offense.Kabongo regretfulTexas point guard Myck Kabongo said in a statement issued Monday by school officials that he regretted how he handled the situation in which he was punished for misleading school and NCAA officials investigating claims that he accepted improper benefits."I should have been upfront with UT about everything the first time I had a chance, but I'm glad that I corrected my mistake and I'm glad that I was truthful with the NCAA," said Kabongo, who is scheduled to be in the lineup Wednesday when Texas hosts Iowa State following a 23-game ban."I believe I am a better teammate and am looking forward to finishing the season with my team."-- Jimmy BurchA&M, UT gamesTexas A&M's spring football game will be at 3:30 p.m. April 13 at Kyle Field. The Aggies will open spring drills on March 2. General admission tickets for adults to the game will be $5.Texas' spring game will be at 6:30 p.m. March 30 at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns will begin spring practices on Feb. 21.-- Jimmy BurchBriefly Kansas football: Dave Campo, onetime assistant coach with the Dallas Cowboys, will be assistant head coach and continue as defensive coordinator. Among other staff moves, Arlington High School grad and former Kansas defensive lineman Max Onyegbule was hired as a graduate assistant. Stanford football: Tyler Gaffney is leaving professional baseball to return to the team and should help alleviate the loss of starting running back Stepfan Taylor.Oklahoma football: James Patton, offensive line coach for the Sooners since 2006, has been hired as special teams and recruiting coordinator at Indiana. Connecticut men's basketball: Center Enosch Wolf was suspended from the team after his arrest in what police describe as a domestic dispute. The 7-foot-1 junior had refused to leave an apartment and got into a physical altercation with the woman who lives there, according to the arrest report. Men's Top 25: Indiana remains at No. 1 in The Associated Press poll, ending a stretch of five consecutive weeks with a new No. 1. Colorado State makes it first appearance in the poll since March 9, 1954. Miami, which received 17 No. 1 votes, is No. 3, its highest ranking ever. Duke is No. 2.