Some links from around college football on a Monday…
— Incoming Georgia Tech running back Travis Custis has a NCAA Clearinghouse issue and won’t be available until January.
— Ohio State will lose an incoming freshman for the season because of a blood clot issue.
— Reinstated LSU running back Jeremy Hill is remorseful for his “selfish decision.”
— All four ex-Vanderbilt players have now turned themselves into police in connection to a sex crime case.
— While it remains to be seen if Jameis Winston will become a star on the field, he’s already a star in front of the microphones.
— A former NCAA enforcement official says Texas A&M should sideline Manziel if the NCAA investigation is still going by the start of the season. Yeah, good luck with that.
— The San Antonio Express-News also has an outstanding feature on Manziel’s family. Well worth a read.
— USC’s quarterback battle is now a two-man race.
— Paul Finebaum returns to the air today. Here’s an interesting story from the USA Today on what his callers did in the six months Finebaum was away from the mic.
— Maryland defensive lineman Andre Monroe is looking to bounce back from his season-ending knee injury and return to 2011 form.