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10 September 2016: Texas head coach Charlie Strong during 41 - 7 win over UTEP at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, TX. (Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire)
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The Roundup and its collection of interesting stories is always a great way to start your week. Just click and read.

Dan Wolken of USA Today checks in with his weekly “Misery Index” for college football and this edition has a burnt orange tint.

After a college football program hires a new coach, the third year is often the year that starts to show progress and success.

Those who are thinking of planning weddings during college football season need to read this.

Athletic directors for the Atlantic Coast Conference meet this week to wrestle with the decision to go from eight to nine conference games in football.

The course of college football history involving Paul “Bear” Bryant might have changed because of one of the biggest historical moments of the 20th century.

Because of massive debt service built up by the renovation of its football stadium, the Cal athletic department is $20 million and facing an uncertain future.

Taking over as defensive coordinator doesn’t change the fact that Charlie Strong appears to be running out of time at Texas.

If you want to understand the meaning of the Supreme Court declining to hear the NCAA’s case to appeal the Ed O’Bannon ruling, here’s a good primer.

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