10/26/2011 Evening Edition

HAYES & GREENBERG: Where Should Urban Meyer Coach?
MAISEL: LSU, Alabama Join Elite Company
BLOOM: NCAA Ready To Show “Some But Not All” College Athletes The Money?
SCHURBURTT: Predicting Where The 5-Star Recruits Will Go
ATHLON: How To Fix College Football Before Its Too Late
HERNDON: Alabama Faces Mike Tyson-Sized Challenge In No. 1 LSU
BARNHERT: Cocktail Party A Litmus Test For Richt’s Job
CONNELLY: 2011 Heisman Watch: Is It Andrew Luck Vs. Trent Richardson?
RANG: Prospects Still Have Time To Make Moves
ADAMS: A Fresh Set Of Downs
SCARBINSKY: Gene Chizik Makes Ole Miss Sound Like Green Bay
STAPLES: The Case Against UNC’s John Blake
BAHN: Razorbacks Wary Of Vanderbilt Secondary

49ers Player Says Luck’s Draft Stock Would Drop If He Played SEC Team
Deaton On MU Timeline: ‘Days Or Possibly A Week Or Two’
Joe Montana Angry At Notre Dame
West Virginia Senator Wants Investigation After Big 12 Delays Invitation
Boone Pickens Needs To Be ‘Convinced On West Virginia’
Jerry Rice Jr. Could Make UCLA Debut Saturday
Red Zone Hasn’t Been Kind To Mississippi State
Source: Big East Calls Off Super-Conference Meet
West Virginia Tripped Up On Big 12 Road By Louisville Push
Oregon CB Cliff Harris Will Defend Traffic Citations

Mendehall Won’t Cave To A Conference That Doesn’t Accept BYU’s Faith
Tennessee Players Want Black Jersey’s For Saturday
Why We Don’t Love Ron Zook
Saban Talks LSU, Quarterbacks, Kouandjio
Miles Talks Alabama, Night Games, Jefferson
10 Reasons I Hate Georgia (And You Should Too)
Five Things Stoops Must Do To Get The Sooners Prepped For KSU
K-State Win Over Oklahoma Could Propel Wildcats To BCS Run
Vanderbilt & Georgia Cheap Shots
Buckeyes Still Dangerous Despite Record
Redd Leads Way For New Playmakers At No. 21 PSU
Sherman: Last year’s Missouri Loss ‘Lingers’
Realignment: West Virginia, Louisville In Big 12 Tussle
Will Muschamp’s High School Photos Are Fantastic
This Week In Adorable College Football Costumes

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