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#CFBrank kicks off with Nos. 100-81

We're unveiling our picks this week for the best 100 players in college football heading into the 2015 season, starting today with Nos. 100-91 and 90-81.

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6hGerry Hamilton

Moses, No. 1 in 2017 class, decommits from LSU

Dylan Moses has a number of strong relationships with the LSU staff, which will help the Tigers stay at the top of his list as he goes through the remainder of the recruiting process.

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7hTed Miller

Even with Cody Kessler, USC is run first

While Kessler is a legit Heisman hopeful, Steve Sarkisian is quick to point he has had a 1,000-yard rusher in each of his six seasons as a head coach.

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Why Miami's future rests with Brad Kaaya

The sophomore signal-caller has taken command of the rebuilding Hurricanes, who hope to contend in the ACC in 2015 -- and beyond.

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Former Utah CB Hatfield charged with assault

Utah cornerback Dominique Hatfield has been charged with misdemeanor assault in a fight during a party last month, his second recent run-in with police.

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Huard: Baylor will be in the Playoff

The College Football Live crew reviews the top teams' title odds and breaks down their favorite long shot picks. Plus, Pat Fitzgerald joins to discuss Northwestern's upcoming season.

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9hSharon Katz, ESPN Stats & Information

FPI previews the ACC season

Check out why FPI projects Clemson as more likely than defending ACC champion Florida State to win this season's conference title.

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9hMatt Fortuna

Take 2: Who has the best QB group in the ACC?

North Carolina has dynamic dual threats in Marquise Williams and Mitch Trubisky; Florida State counters with Everett Golson and Sean Maguire.

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14hTed Miller

Yes, the Pac-12 is doing great, but ...

Much as the league praises its accomplishments -- and rightfully so -- the lack of a national championship still defines its national perception.

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12hJake Trotter

Joe Mixon impressing Sooner coaches

Joe Mixon, the supposed gem of Oklahoma's 2014 signing class, was in fact a running back. But it wasn't Samaje Perine.

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Watching LSU spring game for probably the fifth time. Somehow I'd forgotten that Clapp started at C and Pocic at LG, not other way around.

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Dan Mullen talking about Chris Jones' hype: "If you're a preseason all-American you better be a post-season all-American."