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College Football's Link Roundup: September 23


Catching up on everything that happened in Week 4 and an early look at Week 5.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, September 23rd

LSU has joined the SEC's offensive show.

Saturday Down South takes a look at some of the key developments in the SEC in Week 4.

Sad news out of Cincinnati: One player was killed and two others were injured in a car accident on Saturday night.

Bruce Feldman rounds out the weekend with some insight on Week 4, as well as a look at why Baylor's offense is so difficult to defend.

Another Week 4 recap: SB Nation's Matt Hinton takes a look at some stats to know.

Washington running back Bishop Sankey is fine after suffering a shoulder injury against Idaho State.

Two players on Syracuse's defense suffered injuries against Tulane.

Hawaii won't replace the canceled Fresno State game on Colorado's schedule.

Is James Conner set to be Pittsburgh's No. 1 running back the rest of the year?

Even when Taylor Martinez expires his eligibility, it appears Nebraska is in good shape at the quarterback position.

Injuries will play a role in Mack Brown's future at Texas.

Arian Foster tells Sports Illustrated he took money on the side at Tennessee.  

BYU linebacker Spencer Hadley has been suspended five games for violating the school's honor code. But there's an interesting twist to how Hadley was suspended.

Vanderbilt coach James Franklin is dealing with a disgruntled running back.