Here are the must-read stories for July 25th.
A relatively quiet day around college football as Big Ten Media Days winds down in Chicago.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, July 25th
Can Kliff Kingsbury replicate Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald's path?
Penn State and West Virginia are close to finalizing a home-and-home series.
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.
How will Kansas State rebuild its defense?
Will California running back Brendan Bigelow be ready to go in fall practice?
Crystal Ball Run breaks down the latest in the Carlos Hyde saga at Ohio State.
Tight end Christo Kourtzidis is transferring from Florida State.
JUCO recruits are hit-or-miss in the Big 12.
Thankfully, there is no end in sight to the Louisville-Kentucky rivalry.
Here's an excellent Q and A with Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Georgia's coordinators enter 2013 with contrasting outlooks.
If Division 4 is created, expect the American to fight to be involved. And on the same subject, Southern Miss coach Todd Monken had some interesting thoughts on an NCAA split.
Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has already served his day in jail as a result of an off-the-field incident this summer.
An Oregon State cornerback was dismissed from the team this week.
What are some of the key questions and answers for Oklahoma State this year?
Maryland's linebackers have some big shoes to fill in 2013.
Tulane is expected to add a LSU transfer for the 2013 season.