GREENVILLE -- Athletics officials say Clemson safety DeAndre McDaniel will be allowed to compete for the Tigers this year.
The school announced that McDaniel will be placed on deferred suspension following his June arrest on aggravated assault and battery charges. He will be suspended if he fails to meet requirements of an intervention program for first-time offenders.
According to a police incident report, McDaniel's girlfriend told police he covered her head with a comforter, punched her and pushed her down a flight of stairs.
McDaniel has remained in school and on the football team since his arrest.
• Ohio State coach Jim Tressel has agreed to contract revisions that will make him the highest-paid football coach in the Big Ten Conference.
Tressel's compensation beginning in February will be $3.5 million, a $1 million increase, the school said Friday.
Tressel will receive annual increases of 3 percent to 4 percent. He has a 73-16 record at Ohio State and is under contract until 2013.
Tressel begins his eighth season as coach of the second-ranked Buckeyes. The team opens Saturday at home against Youngstown State.
• PRO BASEBALL -- Even seats behind the outfield fence will be costly at the new Yankee Stadium.
The front part of the area behind the outfield in right and left will cost $100 and $75 per game next year as part of season-ticket plans at the $1.3 billion ballpark.
But behind those four sections of seats, and to the rear of the bullpens closer to center field, are nine sections of bleachers priced at $12, the same as the cost this season in the final year of the 85-year-old ballpark.
• Two New York Yankees pitchers and one Chicago Cubs pitcher from the Dominican Summer League were each suspended 50 games for testing positive for banned performance-enhancing drugs under baseball's minor league program.
Justo Arias and Rafael Martinez of the Yankees tested positive for metabolites of stanozolol. Jhon Rodriguez of the Cubs tested positive for metabolites of nandrolone.
All three suspensions will begin at the start of next season.
• NBA -- The National Basketball Players Association suspended player agent Calvin Andrews for one year for alleged recruiting improprieties regarding former Southern California star O.J. Mayo.
The union said its Disciplinary Committee has reserved the right to take further action against Andrews.
Mayo and Andrews, of Bill Duffy Associates, parted ways in May. Mayo, who played one season at USC and was drafted third overall by the Memphis Grizzlies, has denied receiving improper funds.
Mayo is now represented by Leon Rose, also LeBron James' agent.