Hail to Links! 10.24.2012

Rob Carr

Today we look at how Steve Pederson saved the Temple football program, what Pitt needs to do for the remainder of the season to be considered successful, a UNC football player who was caught plagiarizing 11 year old work, your daily Mitch Hedberg, and more.

Temple athletic director credits Pitt AD for helping save Owls’ program.

Enigmatic Pitt still figuring it out as sprint to the finish looms.

Senior tight end Graham progressing from injuries.

Pitt's Harper tees off on early struggles.

Does Offense Need To Be "Tighten’d" Up?

Fighting Irish Receive High Marks for Big East Exit Strategy.

Pitt’s Woodall Healthy and Ready for Senior Year.

UNC’s Erik Highsmith caught plagiarizing 11-year-olds.

"One time, this guy handed me a picture of him, he said,"Here's a picture of me when I was younger." Every picture is of you when you were younger. "Here's a picture of me when I'm older." "You son-of-a-bitch! How'd you pull that off? Lemme see that camera... what's it look like? "" -- Mitch Hedberg

Missed yesterday's edition of Hail to Links!? Check out here.

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