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Jim Harbaugh's awkward interview with Colin Cowherd

Michigan's new coach appeared on The Herd, but he wasn't interested in giving in-depth answers to Cowherd's questions.

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Why Miami's offense could actually be improved

Yes, the Hurricanes lost three playmakers to the NFL. But with Brad Kaaya entrenched as the starting quarterback and several receivers returning, they could take a step forward.

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Examining the Pac-12's loaded running back depth

Led by UCLA's Paul Perkins, Utah's Devontae Booker and Oregon's Royce Freeman, 2015 could be the "Year of the Running Back" in the Pac-12.

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Alabama breakout candidate: LB Reuben Foster

Linebacker Reuben Foster is entering his junior season in Tuscaloosa after two years where his biggest impact has come on special teams.

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Harbaugh can be open & insightful. Or he can battle with every question. It’s his mood. His whim. He likes to keep folks guessing.

Awkward! Jim Harbaugh on the Herd

Missing: Jim Harbaugh's trademark intensity. Scene of the crime: A visit to the Herd. Said Colin, with his hands in the air: "I've been in the business 10 years folks, and that was a clunker."

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