College Football's Link Roundup: July 18

Here are the must-read stories for July 18th.

College Football's Link Roundup: July 18

The college football news cycle never stops. Even with SEC Media Days stealing the show in Alabama, there's plenty of other news happening from around the nation. 

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Thursday, July 18th

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

The SEC . Needless to say, some of the picks are interesting. 


 have agreed to a future two-game series.

for Virginia Tech in 2013?

Could Anthon Samuel for 2013?

Atlantic Coast Convos takes a look at


A . The Cavaliers were already thin at this position.
 

The Big 12 is a wide-open league in 2013.  (and three reasons they won't) Oklahoma State will win the Big 12.

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. 

The Big Ten has announced its partnering with a , beginning with the 2014 season.

Iowa State running back Shontrelle Johnson is .

Here's an excellent breakdown of . The Golden Gophers should be more potent on offense this year.

Virginia Tech into the special teams’ department next year.

Saturday Down South on Wednesday.

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema .

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

could make a big impact for Auburn’s defense in 2013.

What

The Pac-12 is

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