Scout College Football Report

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

Junior wide receiver T.J. Thorpe will return to No. 25 North Carolina’s lineup on Saturday for the first time since breaking his left foot for a third time six weeks ago... (READ MORE on "Thorpe Returning In Limited Role")

Big 12:
Through the first three games of 2013 and 2014, the Bears were 3-0 both seasons. They were putting up insane offensive numbers and blowing out each opponent, but what are the differences so far the last two years in details? (READ MORE on "Baylor Statistical Review: 2013 vs. 2014")

Big Ten:
The senior has been many things throughout his career at Michigan State, but now he is the go-to guy for the Spartans and has touchdowns in four straight games... (READ MORE on "Lippett Turns Into the Go-to-Guy for Michigan State")

The Cougs got out and ran a bit this last Saturday. Will they do the same against Oregon? First, it’s important to understand how the Cougars were able to run the football against Portland State. What I saw from my living room couch was the basic football read concept of how many defenders are in “The Box.” Here are some diagrams that help to really illustrate it all ... (READ MORE on "CF.C Coach's Clipboard with Robin Pflugrad")

CFN takes a look at Florida's big challenge with Alabama this weekend and how quarterback Jeff Driskel will factor in... (READ MORE on "Is Jeff Driskel Ready to Pull It Off?")

The stud teams, players, coaches and trends from Week Three... (READ MORE on "Who's Hot: Week Three")

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