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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, October 16th
Maryland linebacker Yannick Cudjoe-Virgil is out for the rest of the season.
The Sporting News takes a look at the 10 best moments of the BCS era. And a look at the unbeatens so far this year.
Saturday Down South takes a look back at what happened in the SEC during Week 7.
Check out this Alabama Volkswagen Beetle...is it street legal?
Oklahoma receiver Trey Metoyer has been suspended indefinitely after being charged with two felony counts.
Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has the support of his athletic director.
The Tennessee-Virginia Tech game at Bristol Motor Speedway could equal a lot of cash for both teams.
Will Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota enter the NFL Draft this spring? He won't talk about it until after the season.
Is former Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith a candidate at USC?
Arkansas defensive tackle Robert Thomas is out for the rest of the year with a leg injury.
Lost Lettermen has a good read on Michigan and whether the Wolverines are truly "back."
When will Missouri quarterback James Franklin return to the lineup?
A good story on the ACL rehab of Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum.
Who is the favorite in the Big Ten Legends Division?
Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips is out for the rest of the year with a back injury.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall is getting closer to a return to action after suffering a broken arm earlier this year.
Rutgers cornerback Ian Thomas (a starter) has quit the team to play baseball.
Michigan is considering more changes for its struggling offensive line.
A film review of Florida State QB Jameis Winston's passing plays this season.
How did Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and his staff grade in evaluations?
New Mexico is dealing with some injuries at quarterback.
Boston College running back Andre Williams was highlighted for his performance against Army.
Texas A&M and Arizona State are in discussions to play a game in Houston in 2015.