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100 things we can't wait to see in 2015

College football is just 100 days away, and here are 100 things we're looking forward to seeing in 2015. Laquan McGowan scoring, Jim Harbaugh ranting and Joey Bosa celebrating are high on the list.

SEC spring meetings

Saban: We need a global approach (2:52)

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18hDavid Purdum

Point spreads play key role in TV ratings

Two economists have shown that the point spread plays a significant role in viewing interest, at times producing 30 percent spikes in TV ratings on noncompetitive games.

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20hGreg Ostendorf

Potential 2015 sleeper: Alabama

Alabama sophomore receiver Robert Foster could be in line for a breakout season in 2015.

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Top 10 things to know for 2015 College Football Playoff (3:25)

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1dJared Shanker and Andrea Adelson

Which ACC team could secure big Week 1 win?

Louisville, North Carolina will both have an opportunity to help get the conference off to a good start next season.

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1dBrian Bennett and Mitch Sherman

Take Two: West Division favorite?

The Big Ten West appears to be a three-team race between Wisconsin, Nebraska and Minnesota.

Incredible one-handed backflip catch (0:34)


Hey, SEC: Stop fighting satellite camps

Despite the SEC's recent stranglehold on the college football world, it can't seem to wrap its head around satellite camps despite its groaning on the subject falling on deaf ears. Aschoff: SEC needs Plan B

Hugh Freeze @CoachHughFreeze

A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty."- Unknown I hope this is always true for all dads

These are a few of our favorite things

Jim Harbaugh stirring things up at Michigan. Baylor’s 400-pound OL/TE. Ohio State's 3-headed QB monster. Just a few of the things we can’t wait to see in 100 days when college football kicks off. 100 things we're excited for

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Chris Low @ClowESPN

Nick Saban is keenly aware that the college game has/is changing. He'll change with it, although not necessarily quietly.