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The Roundup: Walk on receiver, if Saban had stayed at LSU, UConn women reset, more

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North Carolina wide receiver Thomas Jackson wanted to follow his father’s footsteps and play football for the Tar Heels. A great walk on story from Lindsay Schnell of SI.com’s Campus Rush.

Interesting “what if.” Speculating on how successful LSU would have been had Nick Saban remained as the coach. Via Rainer Sabin of Al.com.

A sad and beautiful story well told by Vahe Gregorian of the Kansas City Star.

Kudos to John Hoover, co-host “Further Review” The Franchise in Tulsa; he attended both the West Virginia-Oklahoma State and Kansas-Oklahoma games Saturday and wrote about the 18-hour experience.

Connecticut women’s basketball isn’t the pre-season No. 1 team and Huskies coach Geno Auriemma knows it’s time for the program to reset. Via Mike Jensen of Philly.com.

Duke freshman guard Frank Jackson is a Mormon and he’s on a different kind of mission as one of the top players for the Blue Devils. Dana O’Neil, ESPN Senior Writer, explains.

It might be time for Jimbo Fisher to move on to Florida State – maybe to LSU? So says veteran writer Mark Blaudschun.

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