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Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated got great inside access to tell the story of how Houston prepared for its season opener with Oklahoma.

The Prairie View A&M game at Texas A&M Saturday is not just one of those “buy a victory” games – it was 140 years in the making.

And the Tennessee-Virginia Tech game at Bristol Motor Speedway – The Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol – was 20 years in the making.

A massive amount of work goes into preparing for a game like Virginia Tech’s Saturday trip to Bristol and Danielle Bartelstein, one of just two females who are director of football operations at Power Five schools, is prepared to make sure everything goes smoothly.

Iowa and Iowa State hope to cash in on richer apparel deals when their current deals with Nike expire.

Xavier wanted and needed Edmond Summers to be a more vocal leader … so coach Chris Mack suggested that Summers take acting lessons.

Another twisty turn in the Art Briles-Baylor saga as a local television station reports there are questions about how the Pepper Hamilton firm went about its on-campus investigation.

Why teams agree to be the victim in “body bag” non-conference games against the powers in college football.

The best remedy for the Big 12’s problems would be for Texas to return to being a national power in football.

The Roundup provides a great variety (no surprise) of stories

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