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The links are starting to roll again as the season gets started. Almost every team begins fall camp this week, which means there will be a lot more to talk about. There are a lot of links today, mostly because there were a bunch over the weekend. Posting this many links won't be a typical occurrence.
• Hawaii players support coach Greg McMackin and pledge their unity during this tough time to begin the season.
• BYU running back Harvey Unga talks about contracting swine flu.
• Tulsa quarterback Shavodrick Beaver is inspired by his mother's struggles.
• Winning at home is going to make or break Southern Miss' season and here are five other questions burning for the Golden Eagles this fall camp.
• A little history lesson on why Army has struggled so much during the past 12 seasons.
• TCU coach Gary Patterson says his program is still looking to gain in-state respect.
• The Mountain West is coming off its best season ever, but can it live up to the hype heading into 2009?
• Nevada coach Chris Ault talks about the expectations for the season.
• The trip to the new Cowboys Stadium is worth it for BYU fans.
• Jake Schaller of the Colorado Springs Gazette breaks down the position battles at Air Force.
• The Columbus Dispatch profiles the new coaches in the Mid-American Conference.
• Boise State's dominance is not helping the rest of the WAC gain credibility.
• The new Mid-American Conference commissioner faces plenty of bumps in the road.
• Temple coach Al Golden is excited for the 2009 season.
• Western Michigan coach Bill Cubit answers dozens of questions from loyal fans.
• Schools such as UAB and Southern Miss have to be careful about taking late transfers.