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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Wednesday, September 4th
Here's a weird story: NCAA players are not allowed to have game balls until their eligibility has expired.
LSU coach Les Miles isn't saying much about the status of running back Jeremy Hill.
Matt Hayes goes around the nation in his weekly first-and-10 column.
Steven Godfrey of SB Nation spent some time with the Mississippi State coaching staff before and after the Oklahoma State loss.
What is Mississippi State's identity as a football program?
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops is already considering a few changes to his defense.
Will Devonte Fields play for TCU this weekend?
Rutgers' defensive line is dealing with a handful of issues so far.
Bucky's 5th Quarter takes a look at Wisconsin's offensive line and special teams.
Matt Brown of Sports on Earth takes a look at whether or not it's time to panic or show patience on a few teams after Week 1.
Auburn's coaching staff is planning to open up the offense a little more this week.
Alabama will spend the bye week addressing fundamental issues.
Freshman Derrick Green is now Michigan's No. 2 running back.
California coach Sonny Dykes has a solution for the fake injury concerns.
LSU running back Alfred Blue was effective, but tenative against TCU on Saturday night.
UCLA's young offensive line had a solid debut against Nevada.
Linebacker Curt Maggitt is close to returning for Tennessee.