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9hTom Luginbill

Luginbill: Which Elite 11 QBs play first?

The Elite 11 features 16 committed QBs going to a variety of situations that could affect their playing time. But which QBs will play the earliest?

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4dTravis Haney

Haney: Teams with fewest question marks

Finding the SEC West team with the fewest questions to answer is easy. So why won't that team be the preseason league favorite?

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12dESPN.com staff

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.

7hSam Khan

Nick Saban and Kirby Smart picked Tom Herman's brain after CFP loss

After Ohio State defeated Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl, Crimson Tide defensive coordinator Kirby Smart reached out to then-Buckeyes offensive coordinator Tom Herman to gain insight into how the Ohio State offense was so successful against Alabama's defense in the Buckeyes' 42-35 win.

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7hMitch Sherman and Josh Moyer

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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47mTed Miller

Worst losses: Pac-12 South coaches

Which losses rank among the worst for each Pac-12 South coach during their current tenure?

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4dAndrea Adelson and Matt Fortuna

Take 2: Toughest schedule in the ACC

There are several ACC teams that are set to play tough schedules this season. But who plays the toughest?

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Video of FSU QB striking woman released

The State Attorney's Office in Florida released surveillance video of Seminoles QB De'Andre Johnson striking a woman at a bar two weeks ago. Johnson turned himself in last week and was suspended by coach Jimbo Fisher. A Florida State spokesperson told ESPN that Johnson's status was unchanged.

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