Lunchtime Links

Hard to believe only a few weeks are left in the college football season. Better enjoy the games while you can!

Now on to some links:

Could a quarterback change be in the air at Utah?

Boise State lost middle linebacker Byron Hout to a broken foot.

Once again, football players are the victims of gun violence. This time, it happened at Southern Miss.

BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall says his team hasn't peaked yet.

TCU coach Gary Patterson defended his team's close win against San Diego State. "No one said anything about Auburn allowing however many points they allowed," he told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

San Diego State is 2-0 following a loss this season, with Utah coming to town.

Fresno State has to quickly put its loss to Nevada behind it with Boise State next up.

Middle Tennessee coach Rick Stockstill insists he hasn't lost his team.

Houston will not make a change at quarterback after David Piland threw five interceptions in a loss to Tulsa.

FIU has inched closer to a bowl berth.

Western Michigan's offense is rolling, but its defense is wearing down.