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College Football's Link Roundup: July 16


With SEC Media Days kicking off on Tuesday, the offseason has officially ended. Fall camps are just around the corner.

Feel free to contact us on twitter with a link or a tip we should include each day. (@AthlonSteven)

College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Tuesday, July 16th

If you are watching or listening to the press conferences in Hoover, Ala. the next few days, check out SBNation's SEC Media Days Bingo

Adam Jude of The Seattle Times takes a look at the decision facing Washington coach Steve Sarkisian on tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. In case you missed it yesterday, Seferian-Jenkins pleaded guilty to a drunken driving charge.

Why did Athlon Sports pick Syracuse to finish 4-8? What about the future of Scott Shafer and transfer quarterback Drew Allen? I discussed all of these topics and more with this week.

Nebraska's field has some new lettering on the sidelines this year, as showcased in this photo from the Big Ten Network.

Receiver (and Miami, Ohio transfer) Nick Harwell is still trying to get eligible to play at Kansas in 2013.

Mr. SEC takes a look at who is most likely to cause a stir at SEC Media Days.

Colorado quarterback Shane Dillon has decided to transfer to play basketball at another college. Dillon's transfer leaves former Texas quarterback Connor Wood as the Buffaloes' likely starter for 2013.

Here's a good look at Missouri's pre-fall camp depth chart.

Who will start at quarterback for Southern Miss this year?

Want to be a NCAA official? Check out this test from the Big Ten Network.

Clemson heads into fall practice with uncertainty at tight end

One of Oklahoma's incoming freshmen is headed to junior college instead of Norman.

Two Pittsburgh players won't return to the team for 2013.

Crystal Ball Run previews the top-10 non-conference games in the SEC for 2013.

Some details have emerged about the dismissal of FIU running back Kedrick Rhodes.

A preview of California's young (but talented) receiving corps for 2013.