Lunchtime Links

It's game day in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Who you got, Middle Tennessee or Troy?

Dwight Dasher returns for the Blue Raiders.

Middle Tennessee has called for a Blackout game. Players and coaches will be in black, and fans have been asked to dress in black, too.

Troy quarterback Corey Robinson has overcome a lot since his mother died a year ago.

Teams are copying Nevada's Pistol formation.

BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall said core differences led him to fire defensive coordinator Jamie Hill.

East Carolina redshirt freshman Justin Dixon is out for the season with a knee injury, leaving the Pirates thin at defensive end.

San Jose State quarterback Jordan LaSecla practiced Monday despite a rib injury and will start against Nevada if he is healthy.

Western Michigan has suspended starting safety Doug Wiggins and starting cornerback Damond Smith after the two got into a fight during a loss to Idaho. The two came to blows during the game in a dispute over how a play should have been covered. Coach Bill Cubit said the two have shown remorse, but he is undecided on how long their suspensions will last.

Toledo quarterback Austin Dantin is in a battle with Terrance Owens to keep his starting job.

Louisiana Tech will make a game-time decision on who starts at quarterback this weekend. It could be Ross Jenkins, last year's starter.

Former Navy football player Brendan Looney was laid to rest Monday alongside his roommate, Travis Manion, at Arlington National Cemetary. Looney was killed two weeks ago in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.