Monday, July 30, 2012

Morning Links for July 30th

Good morning! Here are some links to get you going as we enter the last week without any form of football games until February.

1) Penn State quarterback Rob Bolden reportedly visited LSU this weekend.

2) Penn State's President Rodney Erickson says that they are hoping to settle the pending lawsuits quickly.

3) Arkansas State has dismissed transfer running back Michael Dyer from the team for a violation of team rules.

4) Penn State recruits met with Bill O'Brien and reaffirmed their commitment to Penn State.

5) Mike Huguenin continues his preseason countdown of all 124 FBS teams with #20 Utah and #19 Nebraska.

6) Iowa running back De'Andre Johnson has been suspended from the team for his run-ins with the police.

7) Nebraska Cornhuskers' head coach Bo Pelini has banned twitter for his players too.

8) Fox Sports was busy this weekend and listed several teams in their preseason countdown. They had #10 Wisconsin, #9 FSU, #8 Georgia, #7 South Carolina, #6 USC, #5 Texas, #4 Alabama.

9) Michigan State's new quarterback Andrew Maxwell looks to write his own legacy as a Spartan.

10) Dan Wolken looks at Lane Kiffin and his hypocrisy of recruiting players from Penn State.

11) Steve Eubanks wonders how Missouri will adjust to life in the SEC after they appeared clueless at Media Days.

12) Arkansas' Alonzo Highsmith looks to leave his own mark on football starting with this year.

13) The Gridiron Kings 7-on-7 tournament went down this weekend at Disney World and a lot of talent was on display for colleges.

14) Matt Barkley is continuing the long line of USC Heisman candidates this year.

15) Kevin Scarbinsky says that Les Miles will bounce back this year after suffering his worst defeat of his career.

16) Jon Solomon celebrates the seventh year of big time college football scheduling 12 games by unveiling its true purpose.

17) Charles Goldberg breaks down Auburn's wide receivers and tight ends for this upcoming season.

18) The Gainesville Sun Sports staff breaks down the Gators' wide receivers as well.

19) Jim Kleinpeter has two entries for LSU with the 5 freshmen that could make an immediate impact and the 5 questions for LSU entering fall camp.

20) David Climer says that Tennessee cannot afford for Tyler Bray to continue on with his antics.

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