Cal's football team took another hit in recruiting when three-star receiver Josh Harper of St. Mary's High-Stockton switched his oral commitment from the Bears to Fresno State.

Last month, Davon Dunn, a three-star receiver from Lincoln-San Diego, also backed out of his oral commitment to Cal and decided to join Fresno State.

The decommitments leave Cal with just one receiving recruit, Tevin Carter of Santee-Los Angeles, who orally committed for 2010. The Bears still could secure a commitment from other receivers before signing day Feb. 3.

Cal has oral commitments from 13 players. Rivals.com ranks the Bears' recruiting class at No. 28 nationally, while scout.com puts it at No. 41.

Cal is believed to be still in the mix for a few top recruits, including defensive tackle Ego Ferguson of Chatham, Va., offensive tackle Arie Kouandjio from Hyattsville, Md., and defensive end Gabe King of Eugene, Ore.

Texas Tech: Coach Mike Leach, fired Dec. 30 amid allegations he mistreated a player (receiver Adam James) with a concussion, won't be in court today in Lubbock when his attorneys argue to speed up gathering depositions and documents in a lawsuit against the university.

Tennessee: Coach Derek Dooley added 11-year NFL assistant Charlie Baggett to his staff. Also, offensive coordinator Jim Chaney will remain on staff.

South Florida: Former Marshall coach Mark Snyder, once Ohio State's defensive coordinator, will be the defensive coordinator under new coach Skip Holtz, a source told ESPN.com.

Middle Tennessee: Coach Rick Stockstill withdrew his name from East Carolina's coaching search. The Pirates are looking to fill the vacancy left by Holtz.

Florida: Bond was set at $40,000 for former Gators cornerback Wondy Pierre-Louis after he was charged with choking a girlfriend in Gainesville. He is a native of Haiti. His parents survived last week's earthquake, but their home was destroyed.

Etc.: Former NFL greats Jerry Rice, Walter Payton and Deacon Jones and coaching legend Eddie Robinson will be among the inaugural class of the Black College Football Hall of Fame, ESPN.com reported. Atlanta's Hall, founded last year to honor figures from historically black colleges, will induct 11 on Feb. 20. The others selected were Buck Buchanan, Willie Galimore, Willie Lanier, Ben Stevenson, Paul Younger, Alonzo Gaither and Bill Nunn Jr.

Rugby

Cal: Due to field-availability issues at Sacramento State, the Bears-Hornets game scheduled in Sacramento will now be played at Witter Rugby Field on Saturday at 1 p.m.

Associated Press and wire services contributed to this roundup.