The Scottish Professional Football League proposes change when the Scottish FA holds its annual general meeting in May.
Terry Butcher vows to do the Hibernian fans proud when they face Hearts following a 2-0 defeat to St Mirren.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon suggests Celtic were unrecognisable as they draw 3-3 at Fir Park with Motherwell.
St Mirren take the lead 13 seconds after kick-off against Hibs, with Kenny McLean netting for the Buddies (UK users only).
Hearts player Jamie Hamill receives a second yellow card after his penalty-scoring celebration leads to a touchline altercation with Ross County players and management.
Ken Doherty reaches the second round of the World Snooker Championship for the first time in eight years.
Reigning SWPL champions Glasgow City beat Forfar Farmington 9-0 while Rangers thrash Buchan 10-0.
Hearts boss Gary Locke laments the loss of red-carded Jamie Hamill for next week's Edinburgh derby.
Airdrieonians' Gary Bollan and Peterhead's Jim McInally are named managers of the month in their respective divisions.
Luke Donald leads the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head by two shots at eight under par after a 66 in the penultimate round.
Manager Danny Lennon hails St Mirren's 'monumental performance' as they beat Hibernian 2-0 in the Premiership.
Ross County manager Derek Adams questions the hunger of his players as they lose 2-0 to Hearts at Tynecastle.
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston challenges his side to show the character needed to avoid the relegation play-off.
Four Kilmarnock Weightlifting Club members make the target for Glasgow 2014, writes Keir Murray
Kinlochshiel, Lovat, Newtonmore and Glenurquhart win their quarter-final ties to reach the MacTavish Cup semis.
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A run of nine games without a win leaves Easter Road side Hibernian in a battle for Scottish Premiership survival
Chief executive Graham Wallace is under pressure to deliver a problem-solving review of Rangers' finances
Lovat win the battle of the Premiership titans against Newtonmore, and it could be a sign of things to come
Reaching the Scottish Cup final is reward for the former St Johnstone chairman's prudent running of the club, writes Richard Wilson
Hearts fans will be called upon again as the club nears an exit from administration, writes BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson
Sports science meets steely determination in Scottish Commonwealth weightlifter Georgi Black
The Wimbledon champion is set to inspire young people across the UK in a one-hour webcast, produced by BBC Scotland