Lunchtime links

More mid-week MAC-tion tonight. Are you ready for Ohio at Temple? I will take Temple, 24-10.

Now on to some links:

Utah running back Sausan Shakerin sustained another concussion in the loss to Notre Dame, and his career is over.

Meanwhile, coach Kyle Whittingham is sticking with quarterback Jordan Wynn, but didn't dismiss the possibility of playing Terrance Cain.

Idaho safety Shiloh Keo lashed out at his teammates following the loss to Boise State, saying, "There are too many guys out here who aren't playing like a team."

TCU assistant coach Eddie Williamson has been released from the hospital after being treated for chest pains.

Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick is on the verge of something special.

Great column by Rick Cleveland of the Clarion Ledger on the three Southern Miss football players who were shot following a bar fight.

Louisiana Tech cleared some hurdles in its win over New Mexico State.

Air Force QB Tim Jefferson fights through injuries.

FAU is getting $900,000 to play at Texas on Saturday, and more money games are in the Owls' future to help the athletic budget.

Tulsa is playing its best football of the season.

SMU has a third chance to take control of the Conference USA West race.

Western Michigan CB Raheam Buxton lost his brother to a late-night shooting last Saturday in Florida, and won't play this weekend so he can attend the funeral.

Middle Tennessee's turnover margin is on pace to be the worst in FBS since 1997.