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Michigan needs to stop the Hoke-y pokey and make a decision on suspended RB Fitz Toussaint, Drew Sharp writes. Alabama provides an excellent barometer for the Wolverines' program, Bob Wojnowski writes. Seven observations from Michigan's first depth chart.
As Bob Hunter notes, Urban Meyer and Jim Tressel share few similarities. Bill Livingston sees things a bit differently regarding Meyer and Tressel, at least on the field. The Buckeyes' Reid Fragel and Travis Howard hold off young challengers to keep their starting jobs.
Some key questions for Penn State heading into its opener against Ohio. A closer look at the Lions' depth chart. Penn State no longer will play "Sweet Caroline" at home games.
If Nebraska continues to mature, big things will happen for Big Red this fall, Steve Sipple writes. Hurricane Isaac has caused Southern Miss to adjust its preparation for Nebraska.
Michigan-Alabama headlines the Week 1 slate in college football.
Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald reluctantly released a depth chart Monday. Syracuse prepares to face gifted Wildcats signal caller Kain Colter.
Jerry Kill looks forward to the day when Minnesota doesn't have to open each season on the road. Minnesota likely will use a committee system at running back this season.
The Daily Iowan debates if AIRBHG is real. Football bloodlines run deep in the Iowa program this season.
Be sure and send in your questions for today's mailblog. Or, if you want to respond via Twitter, have at it.Onto the links ... Here's the latest on Purdue's suspension of starting middle linebacker Dwayne Beckford.