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Making The Rounds: Rankings, More Playoff News

The Top 10 Returning Running Backs in the MWC in 2012 - Nevada Wolf Pack Sports and News

Top 10 Returning Defensive Linemen in the MWC for 2012 - Nevada Wolf Pack Sports and News

Whoops: The 12 Most Regrettable College Fan Pride Videos -
You think that Texas A&M video was bad? Oh, it gets way worse than that. Come along, and be as glad as ever that YouTube wasn't around when you were in college.

2012 Pre-Season Preview: Army Black Knights | College Football Zealots previews the 2012 college football season for the Army Black Knights, lets see how they will fare against Air Force.

College football playoff: Building the perfect team | Crystal Ball Run

How Boise State and the Big East fit into the new playoff bowl system - One Bronco Nation Under God
With the playoffs looking a lot like the BCS, where does that leave the Broncos? Find out what's available in college football's new postseason. 2012 Boise State Preview - More Domination 2012 Preview - Boise State Bronco

Blue Ribbon Yearbook Conference Predictions - ESPN
The publication picks Boise State to win.

2012 NFL Supplemental Draft: Pro Day Workout Looms For Former Boise St. CB Quaylon Ewing - SB Nation Denver

Meet The New Defensive Coaches - Cowboy Altitude
A video introduction to the three new Wyoming football coaches: Chris Tormey, Robin Ross and Derrick Leblanc.

UNLV commit Christian Wood nation's No. 35 recruit in new Rivals rankings - Las Vegas Sun
Christian Wood, a 6-foot-8 forward who is verbally committed to the UNLV basketball team for the class of 2013, is ranked as the nation’s No. 35 prospect in the Rivals150, which was updated Tuesday by recruiting website Wood shined last month at the Pangos All-American Camp in Long Beach, Calif., to firmly establish himself as one of the top players in his class, vaulting from a No. 55 ranking in April (Rivals updates its rankings three times annually) to No. 35.

Credit the transfers - The Warrior Beat
A handful of transfers are ready to go for Hawaii in former Duke quarterback Sean Schroeder and former Utah center Kapua Sai. Both can play this season.