Dan Beebe, commissioner of the Big 12, said that Texas has shelved plans to broadcast high school football games and a conference game on its Longhorn Network, which will launch next month, USA Today reported.
Texas and ESPN had planned to broadcast high school games, possibly involving high school recruits.
Other Big 12 schools, notably Texas A&M, have expressed concerns about those plans.
"I have continued to have concerns about the Longhorn Network since the original announcement by ESPN and Texas," Texas A&M athletic director Bill Byrne said. "Recent news reports concerning this network, however, have created a considerable amount of uncertainty."
USA Today reported that concerns grew when Dave Brown, ESPN's programming vice president, said the network was considering broadcasting games, including one in Scottsdale, Ariz., that would involve Texas recruits.
DeLoss Dodds, Texas' AD, told USA Today that the school is working with the NCAA to keep the network compliant with the association's rules.
North Carolina coach Butch Davis plans to release his personal cellphone records to media outlets covering the NCAA investigation of the school's football program.
The school had previously released records in June showing only a few calls from Davis' office and university-issued cellphone in 2009 and 2010. That prompted reporters to request records for any personal devices used for school business.
Speaking after the Pigskin Preview preseason luncheon with area coaches, Davis said the university had already reviewed records for a cellphone he's had for about 10 years and that he intended to release them with the numbers for personal calls redacted.
Future NCAA's women's basketball tournaments may not have to go head-to-head against the men's tourney.
The governing body said the Division I women's basketball committee will study the feasibility of moving the start of the tournament back one week from its typical mid-March start.
No deadline has been set for a recommendation, and the study still needs to be approved.