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College Football's Link Roundup: July 18


The college football news cycle never stops. Even with SEC Media Days stealing the show in Alabama, there's plenty of other news happening from around the nation. 

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Thursday, July 18th

Wisconsin and LSU are getting closer to announcing a two-game series. The best aspect? The two teams will likely meet in Lambeau Field at some point.

The SEC released the media preseason all-conference teams. Needless to say, some of the picks are interesting. 

Cincinnati and Nebraska have agreed to a future two-game series.

Who will step up at running back for Virginia Tech in 2013?

Could FIU pickup former Bowling Green running back Anthon Samuel for 2013?

Atlantic Coast Convos takes a look at Georgia Tech running back David Sims

A defensive tackle at Virginia has decided to leave the team. The Cavaliers were already thin at this position.

The Big 12 is a wide-open league in 2013. Here are three reasons why (and three reasons they won't) Oklahoma State will win the Big 12.

Yesterday's announcement by the NCAA to back away from video games was a little troublesome for gamers. But don’t worry, EA Sports still plans on making a college football video game next year. It just won’t have the NCAA logo. 

The Big Ten has announced its partnering with a new bowl game in Detroit, beginning with the 2014 season.

Iowa State running back Shontrelle Johnson is ready to return to team activities.

Here's an excellent breakdown of Minnesota's running back corps for 2013. The Golden Gophers should be more potent on offense this year.

Virginia Tech picked up a transfer from Richmond that could factor prominently into the special teams’ department next year.

Saturday Down South has a good take on Johnny Manziel and his appearance at SEC Media Days on Wednesday.

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema doesn’t consider no-huddle offenses a joking matter.

Texas has hired Greg Robinson (yes, that Greg Robinson) to serve in the player personnel department. 

True freshman defensive end Carl Lawson could make a big impact for Auburn’s defense in 2013.

What rivalries have been lost due to realignment?

The Pac-12 is protesting Grand Canyon University’s admittance into Division I