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College Football's Link Roundup: August 6


Fall camps underway....more Johnny Manziel news. College football never stops.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Tuesday, August 6th

The latest on Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel - and it's more bad news for the Aggies.

Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum is likely out until October.

What do scholarship offer letters look like? Check out this story from SB Nation

The Big Ten Network continues its ranking of the top 25 players in the conference for 2013.

Louisville coach Charlie Strong has a zero-tolerance policy for transfer running back Michael Dyer.

In light of the recent Johnny Manziel news, Texas A&M has retained the same law firm that helped keep Cam Newton eligible at Auburn.

Auburn safety Demetruce McNeal is out for a few days after minor surgery.

Maryland coach Randy Edsall has already indicated C.J. Brown will be the starting quarterback.

Illinois offensive coordinator Bill Cubit is uncertain who will start at quarterback this year.

Oklahoma freshman defensive end D.J. Ward is missing practice due to a spleen issue.

Here's a look at 10 key questions to watch as California opens up fall camp.

True freshman Tyler Boyd could be looking at significant playing time for Pittsburgh this year.

Speaking of true freshmen, Virginia Tech has big plans for Kendall Fuller.

Ole Miss is getting No. 1 recruit Robert Nkemdiche ready to play in the season opener.

Connor Cook is making a good impression in the race to win Michigan State's starting quarterback job.

In a bit of a surprise, a quarterback battle appears to be brewing at Bowling Green.

Here are 10 things to watch as Florida State opens fall practice.

BYU running back Michael Alisa has suffered a setback in his recovery from a broken arm.