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College Football's Link Roundup: October 4


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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Friday, October 4th

LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger gets highlighted for his Week 5 performance against Georgia.

Lost Lettermen makes the case for why USC needs to hire Chris Petersen.

Saturday Down South has a good read on why attendance is down at college football games.

The playoff committee is beginning to take shape. 

Should Mississippi State start Dak Prescott over Tyler Russell?

USC reached out to Jeff Tedford about joining its offensive staff for the rest of the year.

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops took another shot at the SEC. 

Alabama expects safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to miss 1-3 games due to impermissible benefits. And here's another element to the story: Alabama assistant strength and conditioning coach Corey Harris has been placed on administrative leave for providing benefits to Clinton-Dix.

With the improving offenses, has the SEC's DNA changed?

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier had an interesting coaches show after the win against UCF.

Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum is close to full strength after tearing his ACL in the offseason and expects to play against North Carolina.

Texas A&M defensive tackle Kirby Ennis is out indefinitely with a knee injury.

SMU should have running back Traylon Shead back against Rutgers.

Syracuse coach Scott Shafer provides some insight into why Terrel Hunt wasn't the starter earlier in the year.

Florida defensive tackle Damien Jacobs isn't crazy about Arkansas' offensive line.

Duke receiver Johnell Barnes suffered a hand injury in an off-the-field altercation.