Here are the must-read stories for July 24th.
The Big Ten Media Days are underway in Chicago, but the news continues from around the rest of college football.
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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, July 24th
Mike Leach blasts the new targeting rule.
A timeline has been set for the renovation of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium.
Virginia Tech's new coaches have brought a "culture shock" to the team.
It sounds like Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops wants his fanbase to start contacting recruits. What?
The Mountain West Conference is still trying to negotiate a television home for its conference championship game.
Who are the top breakout candidates for Washington in 2013?
How will Casey Pachall and Trevone Boykin split the quarterback duties for TCU in 2013?
An Arizona safety was dismissed from the team after being charged with four felonies.
Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks had his request for a medical redshirt approved.
One of Minnesota's offensive linemen has decided to give up football.
Rob Moseley previews Oregon's depth chart at running back for 2013.
Ole Miss quarterback Barry Brunetti was arrested in early May after a traffic incident.
Old Dominion and UNC Charlotte are having a bitter schedule dispute.
David Watford appears to be the frontrunner for Virginia's starting quarterback spot.
Why is Michigan State linebacker Taiwan Jones only a two-down player?
Houston plans on naming its starting quarterback two weeks into fall camp.
Texas quarterback David Ash says he played with broken ribs against TCU last season.
Where would Boise State fit if college football's top five conferences form their own division?
Kansas could be without one of its top linebacker recruits this season, and the status of receiver Nick Harwell is still unsettled.
UCLA safety Dietrich Riley will retire from football.
Here's an excellent roundup from SB Nation on some of the hot topics from ACC Media Days.
Former Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims is getting closer to finding his next home.
Seven Nevada players are no longer on the roster.