Daily Round Up: Monday, June 24, 2013

It's all about college football today.

What should we expect from Mike Davis? [Hook Em Headlines]

Freshman Jake Raulerson can play on both sides of the ball. [The Horn]

The 2015 recruiting class is looking good. [The Horn]

The 2013 season is clearly a crossroads for Mack Brown. [Sports On Earth]

Big 12

Iowa State's starting defensive tackle has left the program. [Ames Tribune]

Former Houston running back Charles Sims is transferring to WVU. [SI]

TCU quarterback Casey Pachall has something to prove. [SI]

TCU wants to get better at running the ball. [Ft. Worth Star-Telegram]

Open Range

Ohio State lands the number one spot in way-too-early pre-season poll. [ESPN]

Changes to the college football playoff are a long way off. [USA Today]

Which college football teams will improve the most this season? [CBS Sports]

Safety isn't an issue in up-tempo offenses. [SI]

Is Stanford football changing the world? [Coaching Search]

Now this is a college football ranking we can all get behind. [SB Nation]

Houston Nutt actually makes an intelligent statement. [Coaching Search]

What if HBO's Hard Knocks followed college football? [Crystal Ball Run]

And finally...

Why?????? Tennessee's coach would like to invite Justin Beiber to a game. [Coaching Search]

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