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01 January 2016: Stanford (5) Christian McCaffrey runs the ball for a big gain during the Rose Bowl Game between the Stanford Cardinal and the Iowa Hawkeyes at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. (Photo by Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire)

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The Roundup is a great way to start your week – catch up on some interesting stories you might have missed over the weekend. Just click and read.

The woman punched by Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon is about to graduate and she tells her to story to Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman.

A year ago, Stanford running back Christian McCaffery was relatively unknown but now he’s a Heisman Trophy front runner.

Great read here from Chris Dufesne, former Los Angeles Times writer, on how much we need college football … right now.

Selling beer at sporting events is an issue facing new Northern Iowa athletic director David Harris.

This story was written and posted two days before the tragic shootings of police officers in Baton Rouge. Worth your time.

A Q and A with new Minnesota athletic director Mark Coyle.

Here’s a list of the rookie offensive coordinators at FBS schools for this season.

A primer on some of the tweaks to college football rules from Walt Anderson, the Big 12’s coordinator of football officiating.

New Memphis coach Mike Norvell is preaching full disclosure and has earned the nickname “Open Mike” because of it.

Washington coach Chris Petersen is hearing about the hype and high expectations about his team and he’d like everyone to tap the brakes on such talk.

Catch up on what you missed via the Roundup

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