Scout College Football Report

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

Louisville senior cornerback Andrew Johnson remains focused on his opportunity to earn one of the starting positions during fall camp... (READ MORE on "Andrew Johnson Focused on Opportunity")

Big 12:
Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury has stated repeatedly the goal every year is to win the Big 12 championship. In order to do that the Red Raiders must win at least 10 games as the last team to win a Big 12 title with less than 10 regular season victories was Colorado back in 2001. With that in mind is doing a five-part series analyzing what Tech must do in order to get to 10 wins... (READ MORE on "Five For 10: Red Zone O and Penalties")

Big Ten:
Former Rutgers quarterback Mike Teel is back home to work with the Kyle Flood offense as a graduate assistant. The former Seattle Seahawk and 2008 Bowl MVP sat down with for a conversation about his return to Rutgers... (READ MORE on "Q&A with Coach Mike Teel")

The Bootleg's seven-part 2014 preview show moves on to the wide receiver position group, where David Lombardi and contributor R.J. Abeytia break down what may be Stanford's most-hyped unit entering the season... (READ MORE on "Stanford Insider Preview: Wide Receivers")

The crown jewel of Tennessee's 2014 signing class was wide receiver Josh Malone. Read below to find out how the talented pass-catcher is progressing... (READ MORE on "Malone Hitting the Wall or Making Progress?")

Who’ll Be Crowned King of the Group of Five? Which team outside of the Power 5 will get the big bowl spot? (READ MORE on "The "Group Of Five" King Will Be...")

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