Here are the must-read stories for July 10th.
Under 50 days until kickoff...but still so far away.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Tuesday, July 10th
Quarterback Connor Brewer has decided to transfer from Texas. The redshirt freshman is already receiving interest from other schools, including Notre Dame, Duke and Alabama.
Washington receiver Kasen Williams ran into some off-the-field trouble earlier this offseason.
The American Athletic Conference will likely have a bowl game at Marlins Park in 2014.
Receiver (and Miami, Ohio transfer) Nick Harwell still has some work to do in order to be eligible at Kansas this year.
Lost Lettermen ranks Conference USA's running backs for 2013.
Everett Golson discusses his future with Notre Dame.
The Pac-12 is planning to expand its reach into China.
Saturday Down South examines: Is the SEC the villain of college football?
Center Jake Jenkins is one of Oklahoma State's key players for 2013.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Tyler Ferguson will play for Penn State in 2013.
Speaking of the Nittany Lions, they are set to play UCF in a game in Ireland in 2014.
Tennessee self-reported a couple of secondary violations.
Which college football teams get the most from their recruiting expenses?
Should Clemson consider bringing in former Auburn running back Michael Dyer?
John Cassillo of Atlantic Coast Convos takes a look at Pittsburgh safety Jason Hendricks for 2013.
NC State has picked up a JUCO transfer that will be eligible to compete this fall.
Former Hawaii receiver Trevor Davis will transfer to California. He will be eligible to play in 2014.