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College Football's Link Roundup: August 7

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Plenty of happenings from fall camps today.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, August 7th

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Autograph gate: South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been cleared by the school over some autographs that showed up online. And Ohio State found no NCAA violations with autographs by Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller.

Jeff Woollard of WVUPressbox.com takes a look at West Virginia in 2013. Does Dana Holgorsen feel confident about his team?

Florida receiver Andre Debose is out this year due to a torn ACL.

Colorado receiver Tyler McCulloch sports the "Wild Thing" haircut in fall practice.

Here's an interesting story: California is sending its former season ticket holders Rocky Road candy bars.

ESPN The Magazine has an interesting player survey.

Saturday Down South takes a look at the top freshmen to watch in the SEC West.

Cody Kessler, Max Browne and Max Wittek present an interesting debate for USC coach Lane Kiffin.

Florida State has a new athletic director.

Florida State running back Mario Pender was not at practice on Tuesday due to a grade issue. The redshirt freshman was cleared to practice on Wednesday. 

Another Oklahoma defender is out for a few games this year.

The Seminoles also opened up their new indoor practice facility.

Another Georgia linebacker is dealing with an injury.

Old Dominion coach Bobby Wilder has agreed to a new five-year contract.

What a difference a few months can make: Oklahoma State quarterback Clint Chelf was ready to quit last year.

Virginia Tech running back/receiver Joel Caleb has been suspended for the season opener.

LSU receiver Avery Peterson suffered an ankle injury in practice this week.

JUCO transfer Randy Gregory has been impressive in fall practice for Nebraska.

Ole Miss' offensive line is starting to take shape.

Rutgers defensive end Jamil Merrell isn't worried about his position change this year.

Bidding for the 2016 and 2017 college football championship is now open.

Who is impressing for Michigan State at running back this fall?