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The Roundup is here with stories to calm your Manic Monday

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Start your week off right by checking out the Roundup and reading some of the stories it delivers. Just a click away.

The Roundup highly recommends this story about former Minnesota player and current assistant coach Mike Sherels, who understands he’s lucky to be alive.

Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com writes that the spectacle of Saturday’s Battle of Bristol is something that could become an annual event for college football.

Former Missouri coach Gary Pinkel is settling into life as a retiree.

Kalen Ballage had eight touchdowns Saturday night against Texas Tech; here’s a background story on the Arizona State running back before he became a record setter.

After two embarrassing losses to start the season, there are no more excuses for Kentucky coach Mark Stoops or athletic director Mitch Barnhart.

Dan Wolken of USA Today checks in with is weekly Misery Index; no surprise that the No. 1 school on the list is located in Stillwater, Okla.

Former Baylor coach Art Briles was interviewed by ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi but for at least this writer, his apology didn’t ring true.

Gary Parrish of CBSSports.com offers the anecdotes that help explain why Michigan State hall of fame coach Tom Izzo is also a hall of fame person.

The Roundup is here with stories to calm your Manic Monday

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