College Football's Link Roundup: September 3

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Here are the must-read stories for September 3rd.

College Football's Link Roundup: September 3

Plenty of news from the first weekend of the season.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Tuesday, September 3rd

Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell is not expected to play in Week 2 due to a concussion. Here's an interesting look at the Bulldogs' offenses under coach Dan Mullen.

Saturday Down South takes a look at what happened in the SEC in Week 1.

Lost Lettermen has a look at the top 10 biggest hits in college football history. And why it's time for replacements on ESPN's College Gameday.

Receiver Kenny Bell has decided to leave Alabama.

CBS Sports' Bruce Feldman has an excellent recap of Week 1. 

Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche and guard Aaron Morris are dealing with injuries suffered in the Week 1 win over Vanderbilt.

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has a new contract. 

Oklahoma State is searching for an identity on offense.

Auburn expects have defensive end Dee Ford in a couple of weeks.

Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday wasn't impressed with Auburn's Nick Marshall.

Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins and Jadeveon Clowney are among the players on the watch list for the award going to the collegiate best player in South Carolina or player from the state playing at another university.

Purdue cornerback Ricardo Allen may have a high ankle sprain.

Kent State running back Dri Archer plans on playing this week after suffering an ankle injury against Liberty.

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