Scout College Football Report

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

University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino made it official on Sunday night, naming sophomore Will Gardner as the starting quarterback for next Monday's opener against Miami, Fla. Gardner was expected to win the job after a big spring performance... (READ MORE on "Will Gardner Named UofL Starter")

Big 12:
Gene Deckerhoff is in his 36th season of calling the Florida State games as the play-by-play voice, and he is coming off his third national championship season with the Seminoles BCS win over Auburn last January. Deckerhoff also calls the action on the dial for the NFL's Tamp Bay Buccaneers, so he knows the difference between good football and bad football... (READ MORE on "OSU-Florida State Mix Bag of Thoughts")

Big Ten:
Jason Spriggs has been rock solid at left tackle since he came to IU. Now as an upperclassman, he's trying to lead by example. While the two-time All-Big Ten honorable mention tackle certainly is getting NFL looks, Spriggs is focused on this season. Read more about what the 6-7 tackle had to say to (READ MORE on "Spriggs Focused On Leading by Example")

Ed Reynolds and Usua Amanam are both gone, but Stanford's secondary returns enough talent to envision a solid 2014 campaign... (READ MORE on "Stanford Insider Preview: The Secondary")

The anticipation continues to build-up, and there are now only three days that stand between the Gamecocks and Williams-Brice Stadium. Senior wide receiver Nick Jones marks No. 3 on our 'Countdown to Kick-Off'. Check out Jones and the other wide receivers on the depth chart... (READ MORE on "Three Days and Counting: Wide Receivers")

All of Scout's 2014 college football preview, with conference previews, All-American Team, Preseason Top 30 and more... (READ MORE on "2014 Scout College Football Preview")

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