Here are the must-read stories for August 26th.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, August 26th
Is Mack Brown hurting is legacy at Texas by sticking around?
Depth chart news from Alabama. And Kansas. And Northwestern. And Arkansas.
LSU coach Les Miles isn't saying much about the status of running back Jeremy Hill for the season opener. And it looks like guard Josh Williford's playing career is done.
Saturday Down South takes a look at the schedule posters in the SEC.
The Sporting News takes a look at some early elimination games for the national title race. And can Texas play for the national title?
Will Temple build an on-campus stadium?
Seantrel Henderson is not listed as a starter on Miami's depth chart.
Could Alabama's offense - not its defense - key another run to a national title?
Michigan, Notre Dame or USC could play in a future kickoff game in Atlanta.
California and Stanford could play their 2014 matchup in the 49ers' new stadium.
A good story on Syracuse coach Scott Shafer and some of the experiences that helped to shape him as a coach.
Georgia could be without safety Tray Matthews in its season opener against Clemson.
Colorado has picked Connor Wood as its starting quarterback.
Here are 10 keys to Penn State's season.