College Football's Link Roundup: October 24

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Here are the must-read stories for October 24th.

College Football's Link Roundup: October 24

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Thursday, October 24th

Vanderbilt will turn to Patton Robinette at quarterback against Texas A&M with Austyn Carta-Samuels injured.

Florida State defensive back Lamarcus Joyner gets highlighted for his standout performance against Clemson.

The injuries are beginning to add up at USC: Linebacker Lamar Dawson and running back Justin Davis are done for the year.

A good read from Lost Lettermen: The Miami scandal is the NCAA's O.J. trial.

What makes Florida State's offense so dangerous? Here's a good breakdown from SB Nation's Football Study Hall.

Good reads from Eric Crawford and Rick Bozich on Louisville's decision to keep assistant Clint Hurtt. 

LSU freshman running back Jeryl Brazil has been suspended indefinitely.

Pittsburgh linebacker Ejuan Price is out indefinitely with a back injury.

Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum is slated to return to the lineup against Duke.

West Virginia conducted an internal review into assistant Joe DeForest after Sports Illustrated's story detailed possible infractions during his tenure at Oklahoma State. 

Why is Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro not on the Mackey Award watchlist?

Here's a breakdown of Syracuse's play calling against Georgia Tech - and it's not pretty.

UNLV running back Tim Cornett is doubtful to play in Saturday's game against Nevada.

Indiana safety Antonio Allen is out for the year after suffering an ACL tear against Michigan.

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