Busch said the deadline has passed by which he and
He has not given up on trying to run Indy next season for Andretti.
"I was just hoping to have more of my homework done, more experience and more of an education, which would have meant to race Fontana this year and to be better prepared for Indianapolis next year," Busch said.
Busch made the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship this year driving for
Story details drug use at Oklahoma St.
A handful of former Oklahoma State football players say they dealt marijuana while they were at the school and some claimed drugs were rampant in the program,
The article was the third of five planned by Sports Illustrated looking at alleged misconduct in the Oklahoma State football program dating to 2001 under coaches Les Miles and Mike Gundy.
SI says it interviewed more than 60 former players and found evidence of potential
Oklahoma State said it has notified the NCAA about the allegations and started its own investigation.
Armstrong returns Olympic medal
Lance Armstrong has returned his Olympic bronze cycling medal, the latest fallout from his confession to using performance-enhancing drugs.
Armstrong won the medal at the 2000
Mark Higgins, who has been a manager and spokesman for Armstrong for several years, gave the medal to USOC Chief Executive Scott Blackmun at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport Thursday.
The 45-year-old Northern Irishman hasn't won a tournament since that British Open. If he doesn't qualify for the European Tour's finals, he could rejoin the PGA Tour at the McGladrey Championship in Georgia on Nov. 7.
"I've decided I will be taking up my U.S. tour card next season, but that does not mean abandoning Europe," Clarke said in a statement.
Clarke forfeited his PGA membership after his first wife, Heather, succumbed to cancer in 2006, choosing to concentrate on the European Tour to be closer to his two sons. He has since remarried and decided to take advantage of the remainder on his exemption.
Frank Tripucka, who quarterbacked