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We all dance for ice cream

Rutgers coach Kyle Flood planned an offense vs. defense dance-off, complete with an ice cream prize. Players went all out: The worm -- and a belly -- made an appearance.


Briles: Ukwuachu story not a distraction

"Honestly, I haven't felt anything," Baylor coach Art Briles said of the fallout from the Sam Ukwuachu ordeal. "The thing about youth that keeps me going is they're so resilient, first and foremost, and forgiving, non-judgmental. ... That part has allowed us to function as normal as possible." Briles speaks


UCLA CB Ishmael Adams arrested

Adams was arrested for robbery and is in jail on $100,000 bail. He allegedly used force to take a cell phone from an Uber driver early Sunday morning. Adams started all 13 games in his last two seasons, and recorded a pair of pick-six's and a 100-yard kickoff return for a TD in 2014.

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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA cornerback Ishmael Adams was arrested for allegedly using force to take a cell from an Uber driver early Sunday morning, according to the UCLA police department. Adams, a first-team All-Pac-12 selection last season, was charged with robbery and remained in jail on $100,000 bail as of 1:45 p.m., local time Monday.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected, Texas coach Charlie Strong named junior Tyrone Swoopes his starting QB on Monday. Strong said he's know that would be the plan for several weeks. "He's won over the team," Strong said. The Longhorns still plans to use backup QB Jerrod Heard at some point against Notre Dame on Saturday.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State WR Michael Thomas evaluated the progress of converted QB Braxton Miller, who is set to make his return for the Buckeyes on Monday at Virginia Tech: "All-around, complete athlete," Thomas said. "You're starting to see a guy who went from not really knowing what to do and now has come a long way. I feel like he's ready to show it on Monday."

Les Miles spent morning in hospital

The visit was precautionary for the LSU coach, who was a "little under the weather," according to athletic director Joe Alleva, who added that Miles would be at practice this afternoon.

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Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Leach puts an "OR" between QBs Luke Falk and Peyton Bender on depth chart. Just Leach being Leach or true intrigue? Just about everyone believes Falk will start vs. Portland State, but at the very least this confirms that Bender impressed Leach and could be a factor this season.

McGee: Surprises in college football

In 2013, no one saw Jameis Winston coming. In 2014, no one saw Ohio State or its title-winning quarterback(s). So what out-of-left-field storyline does Ryan McGee predict for this season? Don't sleep on the Pac-12

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Field Yates @FieldYates

Washington (Cousins) & Buffalo (Taylor) starting QB's officially announced...Still awaiting on the most compelling situation: Ohio State.

Gamecocks to honor 'Emanuel 9'

South Carolina football players will wear stickers on their helmets this season to honor the nine people who died in the shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., this past June.


Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer is still planning to wait until "the first guy takes the snap" to reveal Ohio State's starting QB. With what he views as similar skill sets with Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett, Meyer doesn't feel rushed -- but appears to be more seriously considering playing both guys. "I'd like to see both guys involved," Meyer said.

Gators LB Morrison to start in opener

Antonio Morrison, who injured his left knee in January and needed two surgeries, will play against New Mexico State on Saturday. "It's unbelievable what he's done," coach Jim McElwain said. "What normally was a 10- to 12-month recovery, he did in six months. We've had the doctor in a bunch, probably more so for me not believing him." Morrison led Florida with 101 tackles last season.

Montana coach talks 'unreal' upset

The Grizzlies' Bob Stitt joins the Championship Drive podcast after his team's season-opening win over North Dakota State: "You couldn't have scripted that game any better." Listen

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David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU athletic director Joe Alleva pinch hit for Les Miles at his weekly luncheon. Miles had a headache this morning and was checked out at the hospital as a precautionary measure. Alleva's statement: "Obviously Coach Miles is not here. He’s a little bit under the weather. He was working this morning in his office. He didn’t feel very well, he went down to see the trainers, the trainers thought it would be best for him to go to the hospital and get checked out on a precautionary basis. We feel like he’s fine. He’ll be at practice today and he will be available to all of you after practice.”

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said he has a "good idea" as to who will start at QB for the Seminoles. Fisher said he wants to tell his team first and then will alert the media. Fisher will speak after practice today, so a decision should be announced publicly Monday evening. Practice begins around 4:30.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin RB Corey Clement said he's looking forward to battling Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott for Big Ten rushing title. "May the best man win," he says. Also will measure himself vs. Nick Chubb & Leonard Fournette.

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury doesn't plan to name a starter between Davis Webb and Pat Mahomes. He said both "deserve to start" at QB. However, he did say he prefers to go with one guy and isn't necessarily planning to play both. Looks like Tech will go with the hot hand and the competition will continue during the season. My money's still on Mahomes.

SEC football is right around the corner

With days remaining until the start of the college football season, it's time to dust off your LSU cowboy boots, break out your Texas A&M belt, and iron your Vols flag.


Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Looking for a potential X-factor at Alabama? Keep an eye on CB Marlon Humphrey, who could help settle a secondary that struggled down the stretch last season. The former five-star recruit redshirted last year, but was listed as a starter in today’s depth chart. Coach Nick Saban said of Humphrey, “He’s done a really good job this fall camp. He’s more confident.”

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas starting a pair of true freshmen OL, LT Connor Williams and RG Patrick Vahe, is interesting. They get thrown into the fire starting their first game at Notre Dame. LB Malik Jefferson and WR John Burt should make 4 true freshman to start the opener with several on the two deep. Charlie Strong is definitely going with his guys, looks to be a strong Class of 2015