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College Football's Link Roundup: October 9


Almost at the halfway point of the 2013 season.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, October 9th

Stanford coach David Shaw wasn't pleased with Washington coach Steve Sarkisian's accusation the Cardinal were faking injuries in last week's game.

Some great news for the College All Star Bowl, as the game has been picked up by CBS Sports Network and will air in February. 

Texas Tech quarterback Baker Mayfield did not suffer any ligament damage in a knee injury against Kansas last week. However, his status for this Saturday's game is uncertain.

Florida State safety Tyler Hunter's season is over after neck surgery.

College Football's Playoff will announce its committee next week. 

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz isn't happy with his punt he might ban his players from returning punts the rest of the year?

Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon is ready to go against Northwestern after suffering a knee injury against Ohio State.

Saturday Down South takes a look at attendance across the SEC this year.

Utah quarterback Travis Wilson wasn't feeling well prior to last week's game against UCLA.

Duke quarterback Anthony Boone could play (collarbone injury) in Saturday's game against Navy.

Why isn't Oklahoma State's offense running at a faster pace this year?

Some small tweaks to Missouri's offense have helped the Tigers rebound this season.

Two East Carolina receivers are suspended for this week's game against Tulane.