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These 10 CFB traditions should never be changed

College football has evolved over the past decade. But as we look forward to Independence Day, here are some things about the sport, like marching bands, that would be un-American to change.

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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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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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ESPYS: Vote for Best Play

Ameer Abdullah's game-winning 58-yard touchdown vs. McNeese State is nominated for an ESPY award.

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ESPYS: Vote for Best Upset

Ole Miss' 2014 upset of Alabama-- which ended the Rebels' 10-game losing streak vs. the Crimson Tide -- is up for an ESPY award.

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July 2, 1964: President Lyndon Johnson signs into law the Civil Rights Act in a nationally televised ceremony at White House.

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Never change, college football

The Army-Navy game is a tradition that goes back 125 years. But it's not the only time-honored practice we want to keep around. Can you say retro unis? 10 traditions we love

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