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Summer brings playoff politics

Warm weather brings media days and car washes to college football. It also brings presidents, commissioners and coaches doing their best preseason playoff politicking.

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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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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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6hTed 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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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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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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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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#CFBRank Nos. 81-90

BYU QB Taysom Hill is tied for 81st in ESPN's annual rankings. See who else checked in above and below Hill in the rankings of college football's best players. More rankings

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Fire emoji guide to job security

"The hot seat" is so 20th century. The only way to measure college coaches' job security in 2015 is with fire emojis. Al Golden might rate 8, but that's not even the most fire. Whose seat is hottest?

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Maquedius Bain says he's leaving LSU

Just a few days after his reinstatement to the team, the DL announced on Twitter he is leaving the Tigers. Bain is the third defensinve lineman to leave LSU this summer, following tackles Travonte Valentine and Trey Lealaimatafao.

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