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August is here. That means preseason camps and the start of the 2013 season. Who's excited?
Onto the links ...
Ohio State's Carlos Hyde got off easy with a three-game suspension, Rob Oller writes. Can Ohio State be Alabama good? A good look at Urban Meyer's day on the ESPN campus. The best-case and worst-case scenarios for Ohio State in 2013.
The liberal transfer policy that the NCAA imposed on Penn State expires today. It has been a quiet summer for the Penn State program. Some high praise for Lions DT DaQuan Jones from NFL.com.
Taylor Lewan has high praise for Michigan's other starting offensive tackle, Michael Schofield. Better decision making is the top priority for Michigan QB Devin Gardner. Michigan's recruiting efforts are on the rise under Brady Hoke.
If you enjoy college football helmets, read this.
After Skyler Burkland's decision to retire, Michigan State hopes to add junior college offensive tackle Luke Hayes. Mike Griffith breaks down the Spartans' top position battles entering camp. Michigan State's coaches gained some knowledge from a spring visit to LSU.
Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck is back on the job after sleep-apnea surgery. Stewart Mandel weighs in on Huskers coach Bo Pelini and the dreaded hot seat.
Purdue TE Gabe Holmes has great expectations on his shoulders this season. The big questions facing Purdue as camp approaches.
Minnesota WR Victor Keise is no longer part of the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit against the NCAA. A closer look at the Gophers' linebackers entering 2013.
Indiana needs to be "dynamic" at quarterback this season.
The drama surrounding Iowa recruit Ross Pierschbacher likely will continue, Pat Harty writes. Incoming Hawkeyes QB Nic Shimonek shines in an all-star game. Some Iowa factoids as the countdown to kickoff is under way.