Scout College Football Report

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

Cardinal Authority takes a look at special teams and how the University of Louisville should benefit from veterans returning in three key spots on special teams - kicker, punter and long snapper. Special teams coach Tony Grantham talks about his U of L units... (READ MORE on "Experience In the Special Teams for Cards")

Big 12:
Fall camp is a reality check for everyone involved, but especially those true freshmen who have never experienced a collegiate camp like this before. Here's a look at the top 10 freshmen from camp... (READ MORE on "Top Ten Longhorns Freshmen")

Big Ten:
Injury kept Rutgers junior defensive tackle Darius Hamilton out of Saturday's scrimmage, but he is set to return to practice midweek and feels very good about where he stands entering the season... (READ MORE on "Hamilton Never Felt More Confident")

It wasn’t the ice bucket that he endured that made Mike Leach cranky on Sunday – it was his team’s effort. The Cougars’ head coach felt that both sides were “soft” during the team period of practice, but acknowledged that he did see some good things during the session in which the scout teams were swapped between the first and second squads... (READ MORE on "Leach Less Than Thrilled With Soft Effort")

Check out this colorful story on a freshman whose introduction to Vol football was unforgettable... (READ MORE on "Dimarya Is One Driven Vol")

The AP poll is has been the most consistent ranking system over the long history of college football. Going by the final rankings, what programs come out best? Here are the top teams since 1936 according to the AP polls... (READ MORE on "The Greatest Program Of All-Time Is...")

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