Johnny Manziel and Manti Te'o are in position to make Heisman Trophy history.
Manziel, the redshirt freshman quarterback from Texas A&M, and Te'o, Notre Dame's star linebacker, along with Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein, were invited Monday to attend the Heisman presentation ceremony.
Manziel is the favorite to win college football's most famous player of the year award on Saturday night in Manhattan. He would be the first freshman to win the Heisman and the first Texas A&M player since halfback John David Crow won the school's only Heisman in 1957.
Te'o is trying to become the first defense-only player to win the Heisman.
In the final Q-school where players could go straight to the PGA Tour, D.H. Lee of South Korea birdied his last three holes for a 67 to win Q-school, giving him the highest priority ranking for next year and a $50,000 check.
The top 25 and ties earned their tour cards. The next 50 and ties earn Web.com Tour cards.
Former Stanford player Joseph Bramlett shot a final-round 68 and finished tied for 64th, winning $5,000. Fellow ex-Cardinal Zack Miller also shot a 68 and finished tied for 110th, and ex-Cal player Peter Tomasulo shot a 70 and tied for 125th.
The NHL labor talks are set to resume Tuesday in New York with six owners and six players scheduled to meet without a couple of the key figures from each side. The meeting will include the small group of owners and players, staff members and counsel on each side, but Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr will not be present.
Real Salt Lake has traded top veterans Fabian Espindola and Jamison Olave to the New York Red Bulls and midfielder Will Johnson to Portland in exchange for an undisclosed amount of allocation money.
Espindola was an MLS All-Star in 2012. He started 104 games for Real Salt Lake and registered 35 goals and 17 assists. Olave appeared in 119 games and was 2010 MLS Defender of the Year.