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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville coach Bobby Petrino has four quarterbacks listed on the depth chart with "ors" between their names. Petrino said Wednesday he knows who will start between Reggie Bonnafon, Kyle Bolin, Will Gardner and Lamar Jackson but sees no advantage in announcing it. The plan is to only play the starter. "One guy goes out there, starts, has a great game, throws it all over, makes a lot of plays. That's how you'd like it to play out."

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Everett Golson is much more comfortable in the pocket. While Golson has the ability to run, Fisher said Golson's priority is remaining in the pocket and keeping his eyes downfield when feeling the rush. They have worked on Golson protecting the football to avoid the fumbles, too. He's fumbled 20 times in 25 games.

Michigan with toughest Week 1 test

"I've talked to a bunch of coaches. I can't find one who thinks they're going to win at Utah," ESPN's Adam Rittenberg told SportsCenter.

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College football: 10 bold predictions

With the new season nearly upon us, it's time to break out the predictions. ACC fans will not be happy with No. 1. ACC shut out, SEC beat up

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Nebraska WR masters the circus catch

The tip in the end zone was pretty good, but the behind-the-back sideline snag was our favorite Jordan Westerkamp catch.

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Herbstreit: 8-4 best outlook for Michigan

Kirk Herbstreit says of Jim Harbaugh's first season at Michigan: "If you look at their schedule 8-4 would be very, very optimistic. ... Things will have to come together for Jim Harbaugh."

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Harbaugh will bring swag back to Michigan

Michael Smith explains: "[Jim Harbaugh] spent the summer sliding into Nicki Minaj's mentions ... Harbaugh even got Lil' Wayne to wear a Michigan jersey. For a dude in his 50s, I'd say he's got some swag."

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Golic: Ohio State knows who its QB will be

The Buckeyes may have said publicly they won't decide who is starting under center until they run onto the field against Virginia Tech, but ESPN's Mike Golic thinks the players already know.

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Clemson's Swinney: We're not elite yet

Dabo Swinney believes his team isn't ready to be considered elite, but at the same time, "I feel like we're one of those teams coming into the season where we have a shot and that's all you can ask for."

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Cook disappointed to not be team captain

Michigan State QB Connor Cook may be the leader of the Spartans' offense and a potential Heisman candidate, but that wasn't enough to earn him a vote as a team captain. Instead, he'll remain on the team's 12-man leadership council.

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UCLA suspends Adams following arrest

Jim Mora announced that All-Pac-12 cornerback Ishmael Adams has been suspended indefinitely following his robbery arrest early Sunday morning, but the coach wouldn't speculate on what he'd need to do to rejoin the team. Story

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Harbaugh won't reveal starting QB

Jim Harbaugh said Tuesday he has informed competing quarterbacks Jake Rudock and Shane Morris of his decision on a starter for the Wolverines' opener Thursday night at Utah. When will we know?

How will Brandon Harris manage?

ESPN's Danny Kanell says he'll be just fine, because the LSU QB has Leonard Fournette lining up in the backfield, Malachi Dupre on the outside and Cam Cameron calling the plays.

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Dantonio's cell goes off during presser

Who called Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio that made him sheepishly crack a smile?

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How high can the BEars climb in 2015?

ESPN Chalk's Phil Steele, "Stanford Steve" Coughlin and Chris Fallica give their take on the Baylor Bears. What is the best bet for their title odds, season win total and more? CFP within reach?

Will the Tide get rolled in 2015?

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg and Sharon Katz break down why the Football Power Index (FPI) is only giving Alabama a 5% chance to win the SEC. One simple answer: a brutal strength of schedule.

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Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Kansas quarterback Montell Cozart will become the first Jayhawks QB since 2009 to start back-to-back season openers in Saturday. The uncertainty at the QB position has been a anchor to Kansas success for the past six seasons. And even with Cozart breaking that streak, I'm not sure that's going to change in 2015.

Are grad transfers more like free agents?

ESPN's Danny Kanell and Paul Finebaum debate whether the current graduate transfer rules are good for college football. There's no denying there's an argument on both sides.

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Steele's best CFB win total bets in 2015

ESPN Chalk's Phil Steele lays out three teams he believes can surpass their over/under win totals for the 2015 season. Which team is his best bet? Here's a hint: They look good in orange.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville lists 4 potential starting QBs on the depth chart for Auburn, but Gus Malzahn isn't fazed. He trusts Bobby Petrino when it comes to the QB position. "I think that's a tribute to him, that he can take any QB and make them a very good player...he's one of the best there is at calling offensive games, too."

Should 'Rooney rule' apply to colleges?

In ESPN's offseason poll about diversity in college sports, 65 percent of the Division I minority coaches who responded said the NCAA should create a rule that mimics the Rooney Rule in the NFL. Pac-12 among supporters

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Braxton Miller hasn't won the job outright, but the former Ohio State QB and two-time Big Ten Player of the Year is bracketed with Curtis Samuel as a starter at H-back on the depth chart. Urban Meyer said Monday that Miller's last couple practices were "outstanding," and the release of the two-deep roster suggests he's ready to play a significant role against Virginia Tech.

Is Golson good fit at Florida State?

ESPN's Danny Kanell and Joe Schad break down how FSU's starting QB could fit with his new club. Says Kanell: "Which Everett Golson are we going to get? The dynamic playmaker who can lead a team down the field or the one who was plagued by turnovers last year?"

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