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1dSharon Katz

With no divisions, college football would look like this

Using preseason Football Power Index, ESPN Stats & Information projects how many conference game each Power 5 program might win if the 2015 season was played without divisions.

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2dHeather Dinich

CFP to keep weekly rankings; final teams Dec. 6

The CFP approved the selection committee's recommendation to release six weekly rankings (down from seven) in 2015, beginning Nov. 3, with the final four teams to be announced Dec. 6.

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1dChantel Jennings

Oregon spring game preview

Here are a few storylines to follow in Oregon's spring game on Saturday.

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Which programs return the most 2016 talent?

It's no surprise that Ohio State returns a lot of talent eligible to enter the 2016 NFL draft. But the reigning national champs aren't alone.

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SEC draft roundtable

Who are the best bets from the SEC to make a quick impact at the next level? Let's break it down.

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3dMitch Sherman

What you need to know about satellite camps

Satellite camps have caused a furor nationwide, so here are the ins and out of what they are and which schools are the must upset by them.

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4dAdam Rittenberg

LSU's seasoned cast ready for prime time

Whether LSU is a national title contender remains to be seen, but the Tigers once again look like a team worthy of the Saturday night stage.


Seahawks sign former Green Beret

Long snapper Nate Boyer, 34, will get a chance to play professional football. Boyer enrolled and walked on to Texas' football team after serving in the military despite having never played football before.

No Volunteers in 2015 NFL Draft

For the first time since 1963, no University of Tennessee players were selected in an NFL draft.

NFL Draft is over, quality players remain

Is your team looking for a quality safety? Good news, Todd McShay has two atop his best undrafted player list: Virginia's Anthony Harris and Ole Miss' Cody Prewitt. McShay's top 10 undrafted

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La'el Collins goes undrafted

Collins, a top OL who was a projected 1st-round pick, went undrafted today. Collins being questioned by police about a woman's death dropped him out of consideration for teams. Can't re-enter draft

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Florida (& Louisville?) dominate draft

Louisville and three Florida teams continue to make up the list of most players drafted by school in the 2015 NFL draft:

  • Florida St: 11
  • Louisville: 9
  • Florida: 7
  • Miami (FL): 7

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All-time draft picks update: USC 488 > Notre Dame 484 RT @nfl: No player from Notre Dame was selected in the first 5 rounds.

Notre Dame shut out at draft

Notre Dame had zero players selected in the first 5 rounds of the 2015 NFL draft. It was the first time since 2000 and just the third time in the Common Draft era (since 1967) that Notre Dame had no players selected in the first 5 rounds (1977 was the other year).

Quarterbacks taken in NFL Draft so far

  • 1. TB: Jameis Winston, Florida St.
  • 2. TEN: Marcus Mariota, Oregon
  • 75. NO: Garrett Grayson, Colorado St
  • 89. STL: Sean Mannion, Oregon St.
  • 103. NYJ: Bryce Petty, Baylor
  • 147. GB: Brett Hundley, UCLA

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Jets trade up for QB Petty

Former Baylor QB Bryce Petty was selected by New York in the 4th round (103rd overall) of the NFL draft today. The Jets gave a 4th and 7th for the Jaguars' 4th. Petty will presumably be in a competition with Jets QBs Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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