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Oldest coaches entering 2016 season

Kansas State's Bill Snyder remains the oldest active FBS head coach, followed by Ohio's Frank Solich, San Diego State's Rocky Long and Alabama's Nick Saban.

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CFB schedules: Good, bad and say what?!?

From crazy road trips to pillow-soft starts to the season to games that leave you wondering how they ever got scheduled in the first place, a look through the 2016 schedule is eye-opening.

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MAC's 12 most important players in 2016

Bowling Green took home last season's MAC title, but Western Michigan brings back receiver Corey Davis and a high-powered offense. Who are the other players to watch in the conference?

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MAC confidential: Opposing coaches dish on league

How do MAC coaches think 2016 will go? Opposing coaches dish on why Ohio will be good (again), Kareem Hunt should hit 1,000 yards (again) and Western Michigan will throw it a lot (again).

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Highlights: Daniel Braverman

The Bears added another weapon in Round 7, taking the former Western Michigan receiver. Check out some of Braverman's best highlights.

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Highlights: Darius Jackson

With the first of back-to-back compensatory picks in Round 6, the Cowboys took the Eastern Michigan product. Check out some of Jackson's best highlights.

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Highlights: Kavon Frazier

The Cowboys added another defensive back in Round 6, taking the Central Michigan product. Check out some of Frazier's best highlights.

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Highlights: Jatavis Brown

The Chargers grabbed a linebacker to close out Round 5, taking the Akron product. Check out some of Brown's best highlights.

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Highlights: Tajae Sharpe

The Titans led off Round 5 by grabbing the former UMass wide receiver. Check out some of Sharpe's best highlights.

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Highlights: Willie Beavers

The Vikings nabbed the Western Michigan product with the 121st overall pick. Check out some of Beavers' best highlights.

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The overwhelming feedback from Group of 5 coaches after the NCAA's decision to bring back satellite camps is jubilation. "This is a great day for football campers all across the nation," Ball State director of player personnel Tilman Clark said. "Their abilities and aspirations can now be proven to college coaches this summer. Coaching staffs in the Group of 5 can now accommodate campers who have travel restrictions by attending other institutions camps to find Division 1 talent. This decision is a huge victory for players who are looking to earn a scholarship this summer."

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Feedback on the NCAA's decision to reinstate satellite camps has been greeted with mostly positive comments so far, especially from coaches at Group of 5 programs that were greatly impacted by the original decision to ban them. "It allows for a Group of 5 School to reach out to more prospects and in a football related environment that fits into the budgetary constant into that we all have," said Rob Ianello, associate head coach/recruiting coordinator at Buffalo University. "It also greatly lessons the financial burden on the prospect."

No liftoff for Rockets in spring game

Toledo got snowed out when attempting to play its spring game on Saturday, so maybe spring hasn't totally sprung in the Rust Belt. That doesn't mean the Rockets didn't get to compete over the weekend. Flipping the field

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FBS teams with the most intact offenses

Florida State tops the list of FBS teams with the most returning offensive starters (11). Connecticut, Miami, Louisville and Kent State are tied for second most, with 10.

Football player accidentally shot by teammate

A former Akron football player is recovering in an area hospital after he was accidentally shot in the stomach by a teammate early Saturday morning. Story

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Akron player mistakenly shoots teammate

Former Akron receiver Andrew Pratt is expected to recover from a gunshot wound to the stomach after Zips offensive tackle Scott Boyett mistakenly shot him.

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Matt Johnson deserves more draft love

Too short, easy system, low arm slot. At first read, there aren't a lot of things to like about Johnson -- until the ball is snapped and he actually plays football. Most underrated NFL draft prospects (Insider)

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