College Football's Link Roundup: Best of July 22-26

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Here are the must-read stories from July 22-26

College Football's Link Roundup: Best of July 22-26

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 22-26


Can Kliff Kingsbury replicate Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald's path?

The Big Ten Network's Brent Yarina conducted a player poll at media days. Some interesting answers here.

Bruce Feldman goes one-on-one with Boise State coach Chris Petersen.

The NCAA has finally reinstated Georgia offensive lineman Kolton Houston.

Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville is slated to go on trial in August in a civil securities fraud case.


Penn State and West Virginia are close to finalizing a home-and-home series.

BYU and Utah State have adjusted their future series, which adds one more matchup between these two teams.


Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops received a contract extension. What does Stoops' extension mean for the Sooners?

Saturday Down South ranks the cornerbacks in the SEC for 2013.

Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr played all of 2012 with an abdominal tear.
 

Texas receiver Cayleb Jones has decided to transfer.

Crystal Ball Run breaks down the latest in the Carlos Hyde saga at Ohio State.

Here's an excellent Q and A with Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury.

S
outhern Miss coach Todd Monken had some interesting thoughts on an NCAA split.

Mike Leach blasts the new targeting rule.

A timeline has been set for the renovation of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium.

How will Casey Pachall and Trevone Boykin split the quarterback duties for TCU in 2013?

An Arizona safety was dismissed from the team after being charged with four felonies.

Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks had his request for a medical redshirt approved. 

Rob Moseley previews Oregon's depth chart at running back for 2013.

Kansas could be without one of its top linebacker recruits this season, and the status of receiver Nick Harwell is still unsettled.

UCLA safety Dietrich Riley will retire from football.

Syracuse and Maryland will likely play in a non-conference series once the Terrapins depart for the Big Ten.

Is Michael Dyer close to joining Louisville for the 2013 season?

Wake Forest could be without running back Josh Harris this year.

Wisconsin's incoming JUCO quarterback Tanner McEvoy was the victim of a robbery in Madison.

In case you missed it, no press release will top the one FIU had to send out on Friday.

A great feature from Lost Lettermen: Can Brady Hoke Match Urban Meyer?

What changes should be expected from LSU’s offense with Cam Cameron calling the plays?

West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris is no longer with the team. The defensive tackle was arrested on first-degree armed robbery charges earlier this month. (You have to read how he was identified by the victims).

Wake Forest has picked up a safety transfer from Air Force.


Could two redshirt freshmen start on Michigan’s offensive line this year?


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