Texas sophomore wide receiver Cayleb Jones was charged Tuesday with felony aggravated assault of a Longhorns tennis player, with police saying he fractured the victim’s jaw with a punch outside a downtown nightclub.A warrant was issued for Jones’ arrest and an Austin police spokeswoman said Jones was expected to turn himself in later Tuesday. Coach Mack Brown suspended Jones until the case is resolved.According to police, Jones punched Joseph Swaysland after Jones confronted Swaysland and Texas volleyball player Katherine Bell on Feb. 22. She told police she had been in a relationship with Jones that ended badly and that Jones had previously threatened to fight Swaysland.Bell said Jones told her he didn’t want to see her speaking to any men, notably the victim, according to a police affidavit in support of the arrest warrant.The charge is a second degree felony with a punishment range up to 20 years in prison.Irish to join ACCGoodbye Madison Square Garden, Georgetown and Villanova. Hello Greensboro Coliseum, North Carolina and Duke.A year from now, Notre Dame men’s basketball team will be preparing for the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament instead of its annual trip to New York, where the Irish are a frustrating 9-17 all-time in the Big East tournament and have never made it to the league title game. The school announced it is leaving the fractured Big East a year sooner than originally anticipated for the ACC in all sports except football and hockey.The switch was approved in a vote by Big East university presidents in the wake of a split announced last week of the league’s football schools and seven other Catholic schools that next season are forming their own basketball-focused conference with the Big East name. Briefly • TCU men’s golf: The Frogs finished tied for second at the Lamkin Grips San Diego Classic, three strokes behind team champion San Diego State at San Diego Country Club. The Frogs shared runner-up honors with Arizona State and have now finished third place or better in four of five spring tournaments. Sophomore Julien Brun led TCU, earning a share of eighth place with an even-par overall total of 216. Also in the top 10 were seniors Eli Cole and Pontus Gad, who shared 10th place with 1-over totals of 217. • UTA men’s golf: The Mavericks finished sixth at the San Diego Classic with an 18-over-par 882 for the three-round event. UT Arlington came into the final day in fifth place. The Mavericks had three golfers in the top 20. Hunter Brown tied for 13th with a plus-3 219. Paul McConnell and Cameron Hollek tied for 16th, each shooting 220.