Here are the must-read stories from July 15-19
It's been a busy week in the college football world.
In addition to the latest news, Friday's links will try to highlight some of the best posts of week - just in case you didn't catch our posts from earlier in the week.
Contact us on twitter with a link or a tip we should include each day. (@AthlonSteven)
College Football's Must-Read Stories From the Week of July 15-19
Six current players have been added to Ed O'Bannon's lawsuit against the NCAA.
Wisconsin and LSU are getting closer to announcing a two-game series. The best aspect? The two teams will likely meet in Lambeau Field at some point.
Cincinnati and Nebraska have agreed to a future two-game series.
Tony Gerdeman of theOzone.net thinks the Big Ten needs another Bret Bielema.
Adam Jude of The Seattle Times takes a look at the decision facing Washington coach Steve Sarkisian on tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. In case you missed it yesterday, Seferian-Jenkins pleaded guilty to a drunken driving charge.
Why did Athlon Sports pick Syracuse to finish 4-8? What about the future of Scott Shafer and transfer quarterback Drew Allen? I discussed all of these topics and more with NunesMagician.com this week.
How will College Football’s playoff selection committee look? The Sporting News’ Matt Hayes has a good breakdown of what’s to come.
Want to be a NCAA official? Check out this test from the Big Ten Network.
Receiver (and Miami, Ohio transfer) Nick Harwell is still trying to get eligible to play at Kansas in 2013.
Colorado has found a new athletic director.
Michigan's Jake Ryan is out indefinitely with a torn ACL, but the defense could get a boost from sophomore James Ross.
It's official: Penn State and UCF will play in Ireland in 2014.
What did South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney run in the 40-yard dash? Here's a scoop: It's ridiculous.
The SEC hopes to have 10 or 11 bowls when the new playoff format starts in 2014.
Beginning in 2014, the Big Ten will play in a new bowl game in Detroit. The ACC is expected to be the Big Ten’s opponent.
Yesterday's announcement by the NCAA to back away from video games was a little troublesome for gamers. But don’t worry, EA Sports still plans on making a college football video game next year. It just won’t have the NCAA logo.
Saturday Down South has a good take on Johnny Manziel and his appearance at SEC Media Days on Wednesday.
Arkansas coach Bret Bielema doesn’t consider no-huddle offenses a joking matter.
Texas has hired Greg Robinson (yes, that Greg Robinson) to serve in the player personnel department.
Two Pittsburgh players won't return to the team for 2013.
Kentucky running back Josh Clemons was injured in a workout late last week. He is expected to miss all of the 2013 season.
The Big Ten is taking a tough stance on hits above the shoulders in 2013.
Can Penn State reduce its recent NCAA sanctions?
Could Michael Dyer end up at South Florida?
Former Notre Dame receiver Justin Ferguson has transferred to Western Michigan.