Here are the must-read stories for October 31st.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Thursday, October 31st
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw gets highlighted for his performance against Missouri last week.
Saturday Down South ranks the top five teams in the SEC.
Washington receiver Kasen Williams will miss the rest of the season due to a leg injury.
West Virginia's Oliver Luck is the frontrunner to be Texas' next athletic director.
Sports Illustrated visited with former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson.
Western Kentucky linebacker Andrew Jackson has been suspended indefinitely.
Will Auburn have quarterback Nick Marshall in the lineup this Saturday?
Kevin Gemmell of ESPN's Pac-12 Blog has a good story on Colorado first-year coach Mike MacIntyre.
Syracuse kicker Ryan Norton is suspended for Saturday's game against Wake Forest.
Mississippi State defensive tackle Quay Evans was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of driving without a license.
Maryland tackle Mike Madaras has decided to leave the team.
Stanford defensive end Ben Gardner will miss the rest of the season due to an arm injury suffered against Oregon State.
With Antone Exum's return, Virginia Tech's secondary is loaded with options.
A thin secondary is getting worse for Rutgers: Nadir Barnwell was suspended after being charged with driving while intoxicated and careless driving.
Wyoming dismissed defensive coordinator Chris Tormey this week.
UTEP quarterback Jameill Showers is out indefinitely with a shoulder injury.
What are the biggest takeaways in the SEC from last Saturday?