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The Roundup highly recommends this: LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye survived the car wreck that killed Nebraska punter Sam Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler; Delahoussaye has now bonded with Sadler’s mother as she deals with grief.
Bruce Feldman of FOXSports.com argues the case that North Dakota State, despite being an FCS program, deserves to be ranked in the polls.
Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News, an outstanding beat writer on Texas, explains the timing and outlook of the Longhorns after their 2-1 start.
Is Notre Dame’s rich history preventing the football program from having success now?
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has struggled in big games and he needs to reverse that trend before Sooners start Big 12 play.
Quinton Flowers has proven himself as USF’s quarterback after overcoming the loss of three family members.
Memphis offensive lineman Christopher Roberson has persevered from being a walk on to a valuable starter.
Wisconsin’s Bronson Koenig explains why he believes in activism in social issues.
Coordinator of football officials Steve Shaw saws that the SEC’s centralized instant replay system has been a success through the first three weeks of the season.