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Here are the must-read stories for July 15th.
Catching up from a busy weekend in the college football world. Getting closer to kickoff with the start of media days this week.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, July 15th
It's official: Penn State and UCF will play in Ireland in 2014. Very cool.
What did South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney run in the 40-yard dash? Here's a scoop: It's ridiculous.
What exactly happened to Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel this weekend? Sports Illustrated's Peter King has a good take in his Monday Morning Quarterback. And Manziel pleaded guilty on Monday to a misdemeanor from 2012.
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?
An interesting read from NunesMagician.com on some of the differences from the Doug Marrone and Scott Shafer eras at Syracuse.
Should Arkansas take a chance on former Auburn running back Michael Dyer? But could Dyer end up at South Florida?
Former Notre Dame receiver Justin Ferguson has transferred to Western Michigan.
Jon Solomon has an interesting look at SEC schedules and a historical perspective for this season.
Saturday Down South ranks the SEC offensive linemen for 2013. Lots of potential NFL first-round talent in this group.
How is the committee for college football's new playoff coming along?
NFL cornerback Darrelle Revis had some words of advice for Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum, who is recovering from a torn ACL.
Auburn has lost an incoming recruit due to academic issues.
A preview of Texas Tech's outside linebackers for 2013.
Former Tulane linebacker Trent Mackey was acquitted on armed robbery and conspiracy charges. The former Green Wave player could be granted a waiver to play his final year of eligibility for 2013.
Here's a good preview of UCLA's offensive line for 2013.