Here are the must-read stories for July 30th.
One day closer to August, which means the start of the 2013 season isn't far away.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Tuesday, July 30th
Some sad news from last night, as Texas A&M's Polo Manukainiu and Utah's Gaius Vaenuku were killed in a car crash in New Mexico.
A Kentucky assistant coach had an interesting (and later deleted) tweet.
In case you missed it, Arizona picked up Texas quarterback transfer Connor Brewer.
Kevin McGuire takes a look at Cincinnati's victory in the great lobster feast at the American Athletic Conference's Media Days.
Patrick Hruby has some strong words for the NCAA and Mark Emmert on concussions.
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.
Georgia coach Mark Richt issues a strong defense of the Bulldogs' drug testing policy.
Here's an interesting analysis piece on no-huddle offenses and the impact on defenses.
All charges from a recent incident have been dropped against Maryland running back Wes Brown.
California's defense faces a tough transition from the 3-4 to the 4-3.
The strength of Syracuse's offense in 2013 will be its running back corps.
Wisconsin's secondary has some major question marks to address this fall.
Here's a preview of Louisville's defensive line for 2013.
What are the five biggest questions for Tennessee to answer this fall?
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.
Saturday Down South takes a look at the coaching staffs in the SEC.
Awful Announcing takes a look at the Pac-12 Networks and the standoff with Direct TV. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear there will be an agreement anytime soon.
Pittsburgh quarterback Tra'Von Chapman has to serve three days in jail due after pleading guilty to an attempted assault charge.