It may be July, a rather slow month for college football news, but there are still a lot of great things happening around the college football blogging world. I'll do my best to summarize a few things on a weekly basis. If you see something out there I'm missing, shoot me an email with a heads up and I'll try and get it added if not this week, then next.
Here are a few things that caught my eye over the past week or so.
Here's a respone from Texas in regard to the Red Out Around the World video which is making its rounds. I have a feeling this won't be the last time Nebraska hears about this before October 16th rolls around.
Ralphie is checking in from the Rockies talking about their most memorable moments in Coloarado football.
For those of you that missed the news, ESPN Gameday is expanding to a three hour show with newly re-upped Erin Andrews playing a more prominent roll in the coverage.
Dr. Saturday looks at possible upsets of the mid-major conferences versus any team in one of the BCS Conferences. The Gophers, Cowboys, and Razorbacks all make the list.
For the ACC fans out there, Brandon Rink is breaking down each team in his ACC previews.
And for those of you not yet on board, how about Army QB Ricky Dobbs for the Heisman?
Texas A&M's I AM the 12th Man chimes in on one reason he'll be happy Nebraska is bolting for the Big 10.
For the gamers, Kegs N Eggs is ready to bust out NCAA '11 which is in stores today (Tuesday).
And finally, here's a link to Part III of a Farewell to the Huskers from Texas' Barking Carnival and a look at how they'll fare in the Big 10. There's seem to be some sort of recurring them here.
(Slideshow photo complements of cosmobc)