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The Scoop on What You Missed This Week

Three weeks from now. Three weeks from right now.

The Starting Five: Our five best stories of the week.

- Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David wants to be an NFL offensive coordinator. That's a shame.

- Bill Snyder has a chilling reminder for all coaches on the importance of football in the lives of young men. 

- If we've told you once we've told you a thousand times: eight rules changes you need to know for the 2013 season. 

- The story of how the largest midfield logo in college football came to be. 

- East Texas Baptist has a new helmet that looks a lot like Missouri's alternate. 

- Lane Kiffin does a lot of things most others don't. This time around, it's employing two offensive line coaches. He explains why here.

- We launched a new daily feature this week: The Breakdown. Get caught up on everything you may have missed for Thursday and Friday. 

The Film Room: A sampling of the best videos we posted this week.

- A short documentary from Grantland on how Kliff Kingsbury gets his players to play without thinking.

- LSU's countdown to kickoff trailer means August is officially here. 

- Speaking of trailers, how about ESPNU's national college football kickoff trailer?

- The creative process behind Notre Dame's alternate uniforms. 

- Mark Hudspeth does an excellent job displaying the core values of his program at Louisiana-Lafayette.

- How North Carolina uses a "thermal assault" to keep its players cool during fall camp. 

The Best in Non-Coaching News: News worth knowing from across the college football landscape.

- The FCS Coaches' Poll preseason top 25 was released this week, and a familiar name sits at No. 1. 

- New Mexico State has maybe the most unique and bold helmet in all of college football without using one speck of chrome.