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College Football's Link Roundup: September 9


Catching up after a busy weekend of games.

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College Football's Must-Read Stories Around the Web for Monday, September 9th

Saturday Down South takes a look at what happened around the SEC last week.

Lost Lettermen wants to see Seven Nation Army retired from college football.

Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux will miss the rest of the season after a serious leg injury suffered against Illinois.

Duke quarterback Anthony Boone broke his collarbone against Memphis. 

Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight is nursing an injured knee and won't play against Tulsa this Saturday. And cornerback Aaron Colvin was also injured against West Virginia.

South Carolina's linebackers were a reason why Georgia had no trouble establishing the run on Saturday afternoon.

Auburn remains cautious with defensive end Dee Ford.

Tulsa receiver Keyarris Garrett suffered a season-ending leg injury against Colorado State.

TCU quarterback Casey Pachall is expected to miss eight weeks with an arm injury.

Ole Miss cornerback Charles Sawyer was arrested over the weekend.

Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder is concerned about an upcoming Sports Illustrated article that will have some allegations of midconduct in his program.

Maryland cornerback Jeremiah Johnson is out eight weeks with a toe injury.