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Nation's top player sets summer visits

Rashan Gary, the No. 1 overall player in the ESPN 300, has arrived at The Opening. Once his trip to Oregon is over, he's got his summer travel plans ready to go.

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Take Two: Big Ten's best defensive back

We're picking up this week with a discussion of the best players at each position in the Big Ten. Next up are the defensive backs.

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Other SEC transfers to watch in 2015

Here are five transfers eligible to play in the SEC this season who could make a splash for their new teams.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Coach

After leading Ohio State to a national championship in the inaugural College Football Playoff, Urban Meyer is up for an ESPY award.

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How the Big 12 is really disadvantaged

Oklahoma president David Boren thinks the Big 12 is psychologically disadvantaged. But the major culprit is the decline of Texas and Oklahoma.

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Take Two: Big Ten's best quarterback

Ohio State might have the top two, even three, but there also is a strong argument to be made for Michigan State's Connor Cook.

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Closed out Vegas trip with a heater at the $5 blackjack table. She's such a boss. #beginnersluck

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Well it got a little too close for comfort in the second half but three points is three points. Back line's gonna have to step it up

Top prospect Gary lining up visits

DT Rashan Gary, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the ESPN 300, arrived at The Opening with a list of schools he will visit soon. "Next weekend I have Georgia and the weekend after that LSU," he said. "Also hitting Alabama, Ole Miss and Auburn again." He also recently visited Michigan and Ohio State. Hot commodity (Insider)

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