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Travis Haney

Haney: Inside the Houston, SMU rebuilds

Houston and SMU both have new coaches and new outlooks heading into 2015. Tom Herman and Chad Morris have attacked their first few months on campus in divergent ways.

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McShay: Top playmakers in 2015 NFL draft

Todd McShay names his All-Satellite team for the 2015 draft class -- the five players best in space who project as star playmakers in the NFL.

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Big Ten turns tables on the SEC

Winning national championships, drawing enormous crowds to spring games and exploiting recruiting loopholes -- all of a sudden, the Big Ten is beating the SEC at its own game.

2016 Class Rankings Debut

2016 ESPN class rankings debut (4:12)

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1dMatt Fortuna

Matt Johns exits spring as UVa's top QB

Virginia has exited spring with a clear pecking order under center, as the Cavaliers' depth chart Thursday showed that Matt Johns is their No. 1 QB.

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1dGordon McGuinness

PFF: Most underrated NFL draft prospects

Gordon McGuinness uses Pro Football Focus' college statistics to identify the 10 most underrated prospects in the 2015 NFL draft class.

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1dMike Renner

PFF: Most overrated NFL draft prospects

Who are the most overrated prospects for the 2015 NFL draft? Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus runs down the list, led by Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes, a potential top-10 pick.

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2dBrian Bennett

Spring check-up: Iowa Hawkeyes

Iowa's spring game is Saturday, and while a lot of the focus will no doubt be on the offensive side remember to pay attention to the interior D-line.

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Pinkel gets extension, pay bump
College Football 

Missouri's winningest coach, Gary Pinkel, signed an extension through 2021. His salary increases from $3.2M to just over $4M per year.

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College Football 

Calling all college football coaches

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh issued an open invitation on Twitter today to the country's college football coaches to attend the Wolverines' high school camp this summer. Will his open-door policy cause friction with other programs? The satellite camp argument

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Key storylines this spring
College Football 

Spring games may be wrapping up Saturday, but there's already been some notable storylines that could have reverberations comes September.

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College Football 

Video game rematch with Cardale Jones

Back in January, Jones crushed young Jared Foley in an "NCAA Football" video game during a Buckeyes visit to a children's hospital. Now Foley is clamoring for a rematch in a different sport. Heading to the virtual ice

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Harbaugh's open-door invitation

Dan Murphy calls Jim Harbaugh's move to invite college coaches to Michigan's high school camp "clever."

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Oklahoma State on probation for a year
College Football 

The restriction with the biggest impact? Says Jake Trotter: "I think the big one is their number of official visits ... is cut down from 56 to 30. ... Oklahoma State's gonna have to be frugal with how they divvy those out."

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College Football 

Pitt hires Scott Barnes as new AD

Barnes spent the last seven years at Utah State. Former Panthers AD Steve Pederson stepped down in December. Pitt says Barnes was a unanimous choice.

Shane Ray provides toe injury update
NFL 

The LB gave SportsCenter an update on his toe, injured in the Citrus Bowl: "It's getting better. it's still a day-to-day process."

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Low: Big Ten turning tables on SEC
College Football 

In many ways the Big Ten is copying the SEC model. The SEC better be ready to fight back, and fight hard, or it just may get beat at its own game. Conference taking advantage

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College Football 

Jake Trotter @Jake_Trotter

Greg Christopher, NCAA chief hearing officer: "Oklahoma State took step of complete transparency through this process."

Leah Still to toss coin at spring game
College Football 

Camden native Devon Still and his four-year-old daughter will flip the coin at Temple's spring football game this Saturday. The Bengals DL, whose daughter's cancer is in remission, frequently worked out at the Temple Complex while Leah was in the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. (via Philly.com)

Courtesty of Devon Still
College Football 

Todd McShay's All-Satellite team

The five prospects on this year's list are elite open-field runners who are nightmares to defend because of their speed, explosiveness, lateral agility and field vision. The best player in space this year? K-State WR Tyler Lockett. See the players (Insider)

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Rashan Gary appreciates No. 1 ranking
Football Recruiting 

The DT explains why being the top overall recruit in the ESPN 300 is a big deal for him: "I just got to keep working to keep the No. 1 spot. As long as I'm No. 1, my mom's happy. So I keep working for her."

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Ohio State's success helps Big Ten
College Football 

Recruiting expert Tom Luginbill says the Buckeyes' win in the first College Football Playoff could positively affect the Big Ten recruiting trail: "When you finally do what people have been criticizing you for not being able to do, I think it pays huge dividends."

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