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September 17, 2016: Michigan Wolverines linebacker Jabrill Peppers (5) returns a deep punt during the game on Saturday afternoon, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Steven King/Icon Sportswire)
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The Roundup reports for duty and delivers its daily promise – a collection of great stories from the college sports world. Just click and read.

Michigan’s blasting of Rutgers Saturday was a showcase and a homecoming for the Wolverines’ Jabrill Peppers but to his mother he’s everything a son could be.

San Diego State junior safety Malik Smith is straight outta Compton and he says that football has saved his life.

Missouri coach Kim Anderson goes into his third season and belief vs. results, and hope vs. resignation.

Dan Wolken checks in with his weekly college football Misery Index and you can click to read which school tops the list.

How Brian Kelly handles the remainder of the Notre Dame season will be important in terms of results and perceptions.

Following road win against Michigan State, BYU has reason to celebrate; plus, it’s the head coach’s birthday.

Michigan’s dominance and success thus far this season can be traced to the dominance of its offensive line.

If NCAA president Mark Emmert wants to change the organization’s rules on Olympic bonuses for student-athletes, he might have a fight on his hands.

Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman takes exception to comments made by ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit about coach Charlie Strong and the Texas football program.

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