College Football Roundup -- Aug. 24

Headlines from around college football including a WSU starter getting arrested, a Sooner in concussion protocol, and will ASU's stadium be ready for the opener.

Pizza Punch Out -- The Cougars got some bad news early Wednesday morning. Starting safety Shalom Luani was arrested after an incident at Domino's Pizza in Pullman. According PPD logs Luani reportedly broke a man's nose. 

Sidelined Sooner -- Oklahoma is still without one of its top defensive linemen. Matt Romar is still out due to a concussion protocol, after only two days of practiceOklahoma defensive line coach Calvin Thibodeaux said he was hoping to find the leader of the defensive line when camp rolled around. 

“In his two days, he looked pretty dang good,” Thibodeaux said. “He’s in concussion protocol, but we should have him back for game week.” 

Mass Exodus From Michigan -- It's been a tough 24 hours for the Michigan Wolverines. They've lost 3 commits in the span of a day, including Aubrey Solomon Scout's No.8 DT in a bizarre and unexpected manner. Another Wolverine is leaving Ann Arbor, suspended WR Amir Mitchell announced via Twitter that he intends to transfer

Sun Devils Set for Opener -- Phase two of Arizona State's stadium renovations are complete and ASU fans can feel the relief of the stadium being ready for their season opener and the heat. Though construction on the $268 million project will be ongoing -- most noticeably the suite level and student-athlete facility at the northern end of the stadium -- Arizona State's Vice President for Athletics Ray Anderson said ASU is ready for the season's first kickoff.


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