Twoppics, taking a look at what people on Twitter are saying about some of  the hottest college sports stories of the day...

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Lavish gifts, money...those are already NCAA no-no's for student athletes.  But the University of Miami football team is facing a scandal after a convicted Ponzi schemer says he hooked the team up, not just with gifts and money, but sex parties and other favors.  FOX News Radio's @FoxEbenBrown is in Miami... Twitter's talking about the situation across the nation, like @carllentzNYC...

and @MarcACaputo...

It's a basket-brawl in China for one U.S. college team.  The Georgetown Hoyas were in Shanghai for a tour against local competition, but things got a little out of hand when the court became a boxing ring... That's FOX News Radio's Bill Marcus, who's in Shanghai.  @jmichaels20...

http://twitter.com/#!/jmichaels20/status/104310479802994689

and @ClairDogg...

...are lighting up the Twitterverse with the story, while @kingxsolo is sharing his favorite picture from the throwdown...

http://twitter.com/#!/kingxsolo/status/104247531256561664

Terrelle Pryor is set to begin his NFL career.  The league has ruled him eligible for their supplemental draft, which will be held Monday.  But the 5-game NCAA suspension the troubled former-Ohio St. QB incurred isn't just going away.  The NFL ruled that Pryor will have to sit until Week 6.  That has current and former NFL players wondering just how far the NFL's disciplinary arm can reach, including retired kicker Jay Feely...

and New York Jet Jim Leonhard...

Pryor had been suspended for illegally selling memorabilia and recieving gifts, including free tattoos.

I'm @Chris_Hoenig and those are your hot #Twoppics on FOX News Radio.