UC Davis today will announce its new football coach, reportedly former Cal running backs coach Ron Gould, according to Footballscoop.com.
The school has scheduled a news conference for 10 a.m.
Gould could not be reached for comment.
Gould, 47, who coached at Cal for 16 seasons, including the past 11 under Jeff Tedford, was not retained by new Bears coach Sonny Dykes.
The Aggies will introduce the successor to Bob Biggs, the second-winningest coach in their history. He retired after the 2012 season, his 20th.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke suspended starting cornerback J.T. Floyd, regular punter Will Hagerup and backup linebacker Brandin Hawthorne for a violation of team rules.
Hoke said the three players will not travel with the team for the Jan. 1 Outback Bowl against South Carolina because each used poor judgment. He didn't specify which team rules were broken.
Fipps leads UC Davis over Santa Clara
Sydnee Fipps had 19 points and eight rebounds as the host UC Davis women's basketball team held off Santa Clara 70-59, UCD reported. The Aggies (3-4) stopped a two-game losing streak. The Broncos (5-5) had a two-game winning streak halted.
Jasmine Dixon's layup with 1.2 seconds left in overtime gave No. 14 UCLA (7-1) a 53-52 victory over St. John's (5-4) in the title game of the women's St. John's Holiday Classic in New York.
Brandon Paul scored 17 points, and No. 10 Illinois (12-0) pulled away late for a 66-53 men's victory over visiting Eastern Kentucky (9-1).
Garcia shoots 61, wins Asian Tour finale
Sergio Garcia won the rain-shortened Johor Open in Malaysia, closing with an 11-under-par 61 for a three-stroke victory in the Asian Tour's season-ending event.
The Spaniard finished at 18-under 198 for his second title of the year and 24th internationally.
Garcia had the lowest final round by an Asian Tour winner. He birdied seven of the first nine holes to make the turn in 7-under 29, made birdies on 13 and 14 before a long rain delay, then birdied 15 and 16.
American Jonathan Moore also shot a 61 to finish second.
Davis Love III had a nice pitch shot on No. 18 and son Dru finished off the birdie to win the Father-Son Challenge by one shot in Orlando, Fla.
With Larry and Josh Nelson already in at 22-under 122 for the two-day scramble format, both Loves misfired in trying to reach the green in two at the par-5 18th. Dru went long and right near the grandstand. Davis watched his ball roll onto the bank of a greenside pond.
But the elder Love found the right touch on his pitch from Dru's position, and his son made the winning putt for an 11-under 61
In Malelane, South Africa, Charl Schwartzel won going away for the second straight week, coasting to a 10-shot victory in the European Tour's Alfred Dunhill Championship.
The South African, who won by 11 shots in Thailand last week, closed with a 2-under 70 for a 23-under 265 total and his eighth European Tour title.
In Coolu, Australia, Australasian Tour rookie Daniel Popovic completed an improbable wire-to-wire four-stroke victory in the Australian PGA. He shot a 3-under 69 for a 16-under 272 total.
Rod Pampling birdied the first six holes to lead after nine holes. But he dropped four strokes on the final three holes bogeys on 16 and 17 and a double bogey on 18 to shoot a 69 and tie for second.
Ligety prevails in World Cup giant slalom
In Alta Badia, Italy, Ted Ligety cruised to his third World Cup giant slalom win of the season after an opening run that left his competitors in awe.
The American beat runner-up Marcel Hirscher of Austraia by 2.04 seconds. Ligety led Hirscher, the defending World Cup overall champion, by 2.4 seconds after the first run.
"At the moment, I'm happy to be two seconds behind Ted," Hirscher said. "There's not much more you can do to be competitive. We're all looking to Ted. It's perfect skiing. We're all studying his lines."
Slovenia's Tina Maze won her fourth straight World Cup giant slalom to extend her overall World Cup lead and create a bigger gap over defending overall champion Lindsey Vonn, who had another disappointing day and failed to finish in Courchevel, France.
Vonn lost her balance in the first run, lifting her right knee slightly and then falling sideways to the left. Vonn, who also crashed in Friday's downhill, dropped a place to fourth overall, 385 points behind Maze.
Ryan Lochte finished the short-course world swimming championships in Istanbul with six gold medals and one silver after winning the 100-meter individual medley and helping the U.S. 4x100-meter medley relay team to victory.
Lionel Messi scored twice for his eighth straight start and reached 90 goals for the calendar year, leading Barcelona over Atletico Madrid 4-1 in the Spanish league.