- Brian Bennett, College Football
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Joe Rexrode predicts Damion Terry will be starting at QB for Michigan State by October. Delton Williams and Gerald Holmes are likely to redshirt for the Spartans, while DeAnthony Arnett has tumbled down the depth chart. Mark Dantonio's desperation is evident in his quarterback decisions, Graham Couch writes.
Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson is trying to balance the risk and reward of running the ball. Gophers corner Briean Boddy-Calhoun is lost for the season with an ACL. Receiver Logan Hutton earned his first start because of his blocking.
Penn State season tickets are down, but the STEP program is being called a success. Ralph Friedgen knows Bill O'Brien and UCF coach George O'Leary better than anybody, and he talks about both of them to David Jones. The Nittany Lions' pass-catchers outside of Allen Robinson are sorting themselves out.
Never forget. Tim Beckman, a former Oklahoma State assistant, said he was shocked by the Sports Illustrated allegations about the Cowboys program. There is optimism now around Illinois.