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College Football's Link Roundup: September 18


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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, September 18th

Would Oregon beat Alabama this year? Check out the answer to that topic and more in Sporting News' weekly exit poll column. 

Mr. SEC takes a look at the speed of the offenses in the SEC this year. And here's another interesting stat article on the takeaways per defensive snaps.

Two Alabama starters could sit out Saturday's game against Colorado State. 

Syracuse coach Scott Shafer is dealing with hay fever.

Saturday Down South takes a look at a few SEC players off to a slow start this year.

Bill Connelly of SB Nation has a good preview of Thursday night's game between Clemson and NC State.

Florida is expected to get offensive lineman Jon Halapio back in the lineup against Tennessee. 

Sports Illustrated's Peter King got a good look at Stanford's offense against Army (plenty of good insight there). 

Despite the 1-2 start, Texas coach Mack Brown is remaining positive. 

The status of Arkansas' quarterback Brandon Allen is uncertain this Saturday.

Quarterback Michael Brewer is close to returning for Texas Tech.

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio is confident in Connor Cook as the starting quarterback.

Here are three things we've learned about Arizona so far this year. And a few things about Kentucky.

This might be the most bizarre story of the season so far.