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College Football's Link Roundup: July 17


SEC Media Days continues on Wednesday, but there's plenty of other news from around the college football world. 

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, July 17th

Jon Cooper of Saturday Down South has an excellent recap of Tuesday’s events at SEC Media Days. 

Hugh Kellenberger of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger has a good rundown of Ole Miss’ coach Hugh Freeze comments from Tuesday, including an update on JUCO signee Nick Brassell.

How will College Football’s playoff selection committee look? The Sporting News’ Matt Hayes has a good breakdown of what’s to come.

Colorado has found a new athletic director.

Michigan's Jake Ryan is out indefinitely with a torn ACL, but the defense could get a boost from sophomore James Ross.

The SEC hopes to have 10 or 11 bowls when the new playoff format starts in 2014.

Kyle Tucker of The Courier-Journal posts an update on Kentucky’s depth chart for 2013.

Here's a preview of Michigan State's receiving corps for 2013. 

The Big 12 has released the 2013 preseason media all-conference team. For comparison's sake, here’s a look at Athlon’s All-Big 12 team for 2013.

Beginning in 2014, the Big Ten will play in a new bowl game in Detroit. The ACC is expected to be the Big Ten’s opponent.

Thanks to Tajh Boyd’s decision to return for his senior year, Clemson can expand its offense even more in 2013.

Minnesota has regained the services of receiver Andre McDonald for 2013.

Louisville’s first release of its fall depth chart had a few surprises and reasons to be concerned.