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College Football's Link Roundup: August 29



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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Thursday, August 29th

Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples says the NCAA would be better off letting Johnny Manziel play than enforce the letter of the law.

Texas A&M may turn to Kenny Hill as its starting quarterback (at least for a half) over Matt Joeckel. Here's an interesting backstory on the freshman quarterback.

The Wall Street Journal has an awesome graphic on college football's grid of shame.

Saturday Down South looks at the most-improved players in the SEC for 2013. And a look at the SEC's toughest venues.

Alex Collins has garnered plenty of preseason attention, but Jonathan Williams is still the starter for Arkansas.

Miami has some intriguing options to rush the passer this year.

Bryce Petty is ready for assume the reins for Baylor's offense.

James White will start at running back for Wisconsin, but Melvin Gordon is going to receive plenty of carries. Bucky's 5th Quarter also takes a look at the Badgers' defense in 2013. 

Nebraska plans to redshirt a running back that was in the mix for playing time this fall.

Maryland coach Randy Edsall isn't happy with his backup quarterbacks.

Ohio State has moved an offensive lineman to the defensive side to help with depth.