More conference media days this week and plenty of news from around the college football world. Kickoff is just over a month away.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, July 22nd
In case you missed it, no press release will top the one FIU had to send out on Friday.
A great feature from Lost Lettermen: Can Brady Hoke Match Urban Meyer?
And Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison has one of the most bizarre arrests in recent memory. Due to his arrest over the weekend, the sophomore is suspended for the first two games of the season.
These are always fun to read: The Big Ten Network’s 2013 mock draft.
Auburn picked up one of the top JUCO recruits for the 2014 signing class.
A humorous look at SEC Media Days: What everyone really meant to say.
Some bad news for North Carolina in its ongoing academic scandal.
What changes should be expected from LSU’s offense with Cam Cameron calling the plays?
Is Utah a candidate to play a game in China? And what are the Utes' biggest concerns going into the 2013 season?
Colorado is expected to pickup a transfer from Pittsburgh. But the Buffaloes lost another quarterback over the weekend.
John Cassillo of Atlantic Coast Convos takes a look at the defensive lines in the conference for 2013.
Syracuse has released its preseason depth chart. There's no Drew Allen at quarterback on the two-deep, but that is expected to change this fall.
A little late on this one, but here’s an excellent read from Brandon Marcello on Gus Malzahn, Houston Nutt and Mitch Mustain.
West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris is no longer with the team. The defensive tackle was arrested on first-degree armed robbery charges earlier this month. (You have to read how he was identified by the victims).
Could two redshirt freshmen start on Michigan’s offensive line this year?
Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck has a broken jaw from sleep apnea surgery.
Should Iowa State expand Jack Trice Stadium?
Mississippi State is making a slight change on offense this year.
Could Penn State ask the NCAA to reduce its sanctions in the near future?
Texas has a couple of players on the mend as fall practice approaches.
Three MTSU players have been suspended indefinitely from the team due to an off-the-field incident.