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College Football's Link Roundup: July 29


Catching up from a busy weekend around the college football world. 

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, July 29th

Saturday Down South looks at five scheme changes to watch in the SEC this year.

All signs point to Michael Dyer landing at Louisville this year.

Chris Williams of Cyclone Fanatic projects Iowa State's record for 2013.

Lost Lettermen looks at players with famous fathers in college football this year.

A good read from on Dana Holgorsen: Is he building a foundation or a golden parachute?

Can Jeremy Johnson or Nick Marshall push Kiehl Frazier or Jonathan Wallace for the starting quarterback job at Auburn?

Here are five keys to West Virginia's season.

Where does Barry Sanders fit into Stanford's running back rotation? 

Florida should have one of the best defensive backfields in college football this year. Here's a breakdown of how the Gators will look in the secondary.

Texas A&M has announced a timeline on the renovations to Kyle Field.

Anthon Samuel talks about his decision to leave Bowling Green for FIU.

Syracuse needs to find a few more playmakers at receiver this fall.

Who will start at nose tackle for Georgia this year?

Temple has picked up a Maryland transfer that’s eligible to play this year.

Here are five key questions surrounding Minnesota in 2013.

Current California coach Sonny Dykes is reaching out to the man he replaced - Jeff Tedford.

Ira Schoffel has an excellent Q & A with ACC commissioner John Swofford about Florida State athletics. 

Former Oklahoma State defensive end Naim Mustafaa is planning on attending Hawaii.

Saturday Blitz ranks Conference USA’s coaches for 2013.