Scout College Football Report

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

ACC:
Virginia held its first fall football practice on Monday night. Here are a few notes from the opening day... (READ MORE on "Notebook: UVA Football Practice Day One")

Big 12:
David Ash took a seat on a stool in front of the media after practice on Monday morning grinning ear-to-ear... (READ MORE on "Off the Struggle Bus")

Big Ten:
Penn State's first-year coach dove (and drove) headlong into the first official press conference of the 2014 season... (READ MORE on "Franklin On His Game at Media Day")

Pac-12:
With possibly the deepest wide receiver corps in history set to work an experienced quarterback in 2014, should Stanford fans expect some tweaks in offensive approach? David Shaw provided some hints... (READ MORE on "Stanford Offense: A New Flexibility?")

SEC:
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema and Razorbacks linebacker coach Randy Shannon are both pumped about four new additions to the mix... (READ MORE on "Young Linebackers Have Arkansas Excited")

Others:
A new coaching staff cannot make players bigger and faster, but it can make them tougher and more disciplined. Welcome to the Jeff Monken era at West Point... (READ MORE on "Nelson: Army Will Bowl")


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