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College Football's Link Roundup: Best of July 15-19

Here are the must-read stories from July 15-19

College Football's Link Roundup: Best of 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. ()

College Football's Must-Read Stories From the Week of July 15-19

have been added to Ed O'Bannon's lawsuit against the NCAA.

s. The best aspect? The two teams will likely meet in Lambeau Field at some point.

 have agreed to a future two-game series.

Tony Gerdeman of theOzone.net .

Adam Jude of The Seattle Times takes a look at the  on tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. In case you missed it yesterday,  to a drunken driving charge.

Why did ? 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 .

Want to be a NCAA official? .

Receiver (and Miami, Ohio transfer) Nick Harwell is .

Colorado has .

Michigan's Jake Ryan is out indefinitely with a torn ACL, but the  sophomore James Ross.

It's official: 

What did South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney ? Here's a scoop: It's ridiculous.

The SEC hopes to have 

Beginning in 2014, the . 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, . It just won’t have the NCAA logo. 

Saturday Down South  on Wednesday.

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema .

 (yes, that Greg Robinson) to serve in the player personnel department. 

 won't return to the team for 2013.

Kentucky running back Josh Clemons was . He is expected to miss all of the 2013 season.

The Big Ten is  in 2013.

Can Penn State 

Could ?

Former Notre Dame receiver .
 

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