Scout College Football Report

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

We continue our series with a look at Florida State's outstanding tight end, Nick O'Leary... (READ MORE on "Scouting The 2014 Seminoles: TE Nick O'Leary")

Big 12:
West Virginia's deepest position showcased its mix of size, quickness and power in this duo of drills focusing on ball security and footwork during the opening day of fall camp... (READ MORE on "Backs In Force")

Big Ten:
Rather than live with his teammates, Ohio State senior defensive tackle Michael Bennett chose to escape the football bubble by rooming with four of his friends from high school. The group, which Bennett playfully described as a bunch of "weirdos," helps him stay grounded and gives him some perspective away from the football field... (READ MORE on "Bennett's Besties Kept Senior DT Grounded")

Every new head coach has a system in place that they take great pride in, a belief that their way is the proven way to get the results they need to keep their jobs. Steve Sarkisian had the way he learned from Pete Carroll, and now Chris Petersen is bringing his way from Boise west to Seattle. But don't expect to see much of Sarkisian's imprint on how Petersen does things at UW this fall... (READ MORE on "Petersen Already Past the Honeymoon")

In his Monday press conference, Coach Hugh Freeze made one point crystal clear. He isn't exactly sure, at this moment, what position junior defensive back Mike Hilton will play, but he's sure he will play, and that's good enough for Hilton... (READ MORE on "The Constant")

For Irish defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder, the strength of the pack is in the wolf.... (READ MORE on "Igniting the Individual")

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