Here are the must-read stories for July 31st.
Fall camps starting up this week. The 2013 season is almost here.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, July 31st
Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde has been suspended for at least the first three games of 2013. But cornerback Bradley Roby's status for 2013 is still uncertain.
And in case you missed it yesterday, this feature on Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel is excellent.
As expected, Tennessee's fall depth chart doesn't give much insight into the quarterback battle.
Saturday Down South ranks the defensive backfields in the SEC and looks at the contract details for the conference's first-round picks from the NFL Draft.
Big things are expected from Michigan receiver Amara Darboh in 2013.
Is Oklahoma considering some tweaks to its uniforms?
Does Clint Trickett hold the inside track to start at West Virginia?
Iowa receiver (and JUCO recruit) Damond Powell is slated to arrive in Iowa City soon.
Recruiting isn't an issue for Gary Anderson at Wisconsin.
Syracuse's offensive line has some big holes to fill in 2013.
A potential starter on Michigan State's offensive line has retired due to injuries.
Maryland's receiving corps should be among the best in the ACC. Here's a good breakdown of that group, along with what to expect from touted JUCO recruit Deon Long.
What can Florida State expect out of defensive end Dan Hicks in 2013?
Missouri's offensive line was hit hard by injuries last year. Here's a preview of what should be expected out of that unit for 2013.