Scout College Football Report

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

How does the Duke defense recover after losing its leader at linebacker? (READ MORE on "Replacing Kelby Brown")

Big 12:
Vivid flashes of Tavon Austin taking back punt and kick returns for touchdowns are still fresh in the minds of many Mountaineer fans, especially after a forgettable season last year... (READ MORE on "Thompson Ready To Accept Bigger Challenge")

Big Ten:
Leading up to the season opener Aug.30, BadgerNation will announce its list of the 30 most important players to the Badgers' success in the 2014 season. Having the potential to be a dominant pass rusher, sophomore Vince Biegel is a big part of UW's new-look 3-4 defense... (READ MORE on "Most Indispensible Badger: No. 11")

Daniel Lasco rips off two big runs on Thursday, as the Cal linebacking corps recovers from the loss of Nathan Broussard. Hardy Nickerson goes one-on-one with BearTerritory to talk about having to step up in Broussard's absence, and his injury-plagued 2013... (READ MORE on "Fall Camp Day 11: Nickerson Steps Up")

There’s only two weeks that stand between the Gamecocks and the 2014 season, but according the defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward, it will be a couple of days before the team starts preparing for the Aggies... (READ MORE on "Questions Raised for Defense")

After a long and epic journey through the schedule we have arrived at the final game of the season. Navy will once again take on Army to finish up the year and the Mids will be hoping that they are on the brink of a double digit win season and a Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy by this point. Here are the danger men who Navy will have to watch out for no matter what is at stake... (READ MORE on "Opposition Danger Men: Army")

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