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College Football's Link Roundup: August 19

Gus Malzahn

Gus Malzahn

Catching up from a busy weekend of news around the college football world.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, August 19th

The Big Ten Network continues its tour of all 12 teams for 2013. Here's a detailed look at Nebraska.

In case you missed the news on Sunday night, Auburn has named Nick Marshall as its starting quarterback.

Alabama cornerback Geno Smith was arrested for a DUI on Sunday morning.

Lost Lettermen ranks the best 25 names in college football.

Saturday Down South ranks the best position groups in the SEC.

Mr. SEC ranks the programs in the SEC.

Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins should be back for the season opener against Boise State.

Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby and running back Rod Hall are suspended for the season opener.

Two writers make the case for Syracuse's starting quarterback. Should it be Terrel Hunt or Drew Allen?

New Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen learned a valuable lesson in 2010.

TCU receiver Brandon Carter had hand surgery last week.

Auburn safety Demetruce McNeal is no longer on the team.

Texas Tech's starting quarterback for its opener against SMU remains a mystery. 

There's a new bowl game slated to start in 2014 in Montgomery, Ala.

Matt Brown of Sports on Earth previews the Pac-12 and the Mountain West.

A former TCU offensive lineman has resurfaced at BYU.

California has lost one linebacker to a transfer and one to a season-ending injury.

Notre Dame is dealing with a few injuries on defense.

Oregon State picked up a transfer from Miami. 

Utah's new football facility is open in time for the 2013 season. Check out these photos from the impressive new building.