Scout College Football Report

A look at Saturday's top college football stories from around the country on the Scout network...

ACC:
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney discusses the start of preseason camp.... (READ MORE on "Swinney Discusses Preseason Camp")

Big 12:
OU is loaded at defense for 2014, but there are still some unanswered questions heading into camp... (READ MORE on "Oklahoma: Five Defensive Questions")

Big Ten:
Michigan lost a record setting wide receiver in Jeremy Gallon following the 2013 season. Now with several options, despite being inexperienced, who will step up to replace some of the production Gallon brought to the field with Devin Gardner? (READ MORE on "Michigan's Plan to Replace Jeremy Gallon")

Pac-12:
Since marijuana was legalized in Washington State, the question has been asked countless times in college football circles. Would Mike Leach still kick players off the team if they partake in something now deemed legal? During his Reddit AMA on Friday morning, Leach addressed that question and many more from Cougar fans. (READ MORE on "Leach Says No to the Dro")

SEC:
Members of the Ole Miss offensive line aren’t immune to the rumblings coming from outside the Manning Center walls... (READ MORE on "Work To Do")

Others:
Bronco Mendenhall met with the media after day one of 2014's fall camp for BYU football... (READ MORE on "BYU Fall Camp: Bronco Mendenhall")


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