College Football News Roundup – September 28

    A college football news roundup that includes Stanford missing some key players heading into Washington matchup and cause of death discovered for former Arizona player.

    September 28, 2016

    A college football news roundup that includes Stanford missing some key players heading into Washington matchup and cause of death discovered for former Arizona player.


    There are a lot of reasons that college football beats the NFL, but tailgating is one of the main ones. Instead of being stuck in a parking lot around other cars for a mere three hours, you have the beautiful scenery of a college campus with tents everywhere and green grass to actually stand on. I try to tell my friends from the Northeast this all the time.

    In case you missed it, LSU is gauging the interest of two of college football’s the top coaches and Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn has flip-flopped on his coaching strategy. Here are some other newsworthy notes in the latest college football news roundup.

    Stanford Hurting – Heading into its showdown against Washington, Stanford will be without both of its starting cornerbacks. Quenton Meeks and Alijah Holder suffered injuries during the game against UCLA this past Saturday. The No. 7 Cardinal play at No. 10 Washington on Friday night.

    Nebraska Update – Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts was critical of Cornhusker Michael Rose-Ivey and two of his teammates for taking a knee during the national anthem this past Saturday. Now, Ricketts has agreed to meet with Rose-Ivey to discuss the situation after the Husker reached out to Ricketts on Twitter.

    Accidental Death – After an autopsy was done on former Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila who died on Aug. 7, it was discovered that the cause of death was from a toxic effect from a combination of two different prescription drugs.

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