Here are the must-read stories from July 29-August 2
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
Five questions for Alabama as it opens fall practice.
And speaking of Alabama, a Crimson Tide fan got a very bad misspelled arm tattoo.
Ole Miss cornerback/receiver Nick Brassell is no longer on the team.
Ranking the Mountain West quarterbacks for 2013 - which is one of the best conferences in the nation in terms of overall quarterback talent.
Rutgers will have a revamped offensive line in 2013.
Maryland running back Wes Brown has been suspended from school for the fall semester.
Florida running back Matt Jones is out indefinitely with a viral infection.
Oklahoma quarterback Kendal Thompson is recovering from a foot injury suffered in fall practice.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall spoke to the media on Wednesday and seems to have matured after missing most of last season due to a suspension.
The USA Today Coaches Poll has been released.
Another story out of TCU today, as starting tackle Tayo Fabuluje has decided to leave the team.
Here are five key questions West Virginia must answer in fall practice.
Kevin McGuire takes a look at the progress Memphis has made under second-year coach Justin Fuente.
John Pennington of Mr. SEC writes an open letter to Johnny Manziel.
Wake Forest running back Josh Harris' status is in limbo for 2013.
Rob Moseley previews Oregon's defensive line (which is in pretty good shape for 2013).
Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde has been suspended for at least the first three games of 2013. But cornerback Bradley Roby's status for 2013 is still uncertain.
Saturday Down South ranks the defensive backfields in the SEC and looks at the contract details for the conference's first-round picks from the NFL Draft.
Big things are expected from Michigan receiver Amara Darboh in 2013.
Is Oklahoma considering some tweaks to its uniforms?
Does Clint Trickett hold the inside track to start at West Virginia?
Some sad news: Texas A&M's Polo Manukainiu and Utah's Gaius Vaenuku were killed in a car crash in New Mexico.
Arizona picked up Texas quarterback transfer Connor Brewer.
USA Today's Dan Wolken takes a look at Miami's Al Golden as he attempts to lead the program back to prominence.
Georgia coach Mark Richt called South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney the best player on the planet.
Saturday Blitz takes a look at the rise of Stanford.
Big loss for Minnesota: Receiver Devin Crawford-Tufts has decided not to play football this year.
Florida State cornerback Nick Waisome helped to catch two suspects involved in a robbery at his apartment.
Chris Williams of Cyclone Fanatic projects Iowa State's record for 2013.
Lost Lettermen looks at players with famous fathers in college football this year.
A good read from WVUPressbox.com on Dana Holgorsen: Is he building a foundation or a golden parachute?
Can Jeremy Johnson or Nick Marshall push Kiehl Frazier or Jonathan Wallace for the starting quarterback job at Auburn?
Where does Barry Sanders fit into Stanford's running back rotation?
Current California coach Sonny Dykes is reaching out to the man he replaced - Jeff Tedford.
Ira Schoffel has an excellent Q & A with ACC commissioner John Swofford about Florida State athletics.
Former Oklahoma State defensive end Naim Mustafaa is planning on attending Hawaii.