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1hMark Schlabach

Where there's smoke ... there's the Ole Miss NFL draft Class of 2016

Draft night was supposed to be icing on the cake for Ole Miss' coveted 2013 recruiting class, but it quickly turned into a nightmare for the Rebels.

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5hMitch Sherman

Why Desmond King chose Iowa over the NFL

It took 15 minutes for Desmond King to decide he couldn't leave Iowa for the NFL. It's what his brother would have wanted, and family comes first. Plus, he promised his mom a yellow rose.

Ride-along with Nick Saban to the NFL draft (2:48)
Ezekiel Elliott brings the cut off shirt to the red carpet (0:22)
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1dAdam Rittenberg

Does college football need a commissioner?

College football's efforts to tackle big issues have made Congress look cohesive. With frustration levels at new highs, we explore whether it's time for a commish and offer a list of candidates.

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Son of Ray Lewis charged with sexual assault

Coastal Carolina player Ray Anthony Lewis III was arrested for criminal sexual misconduct and released on a $10,000 bond Friday morning after being accused of assaulting an 18-year-old woman.

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1mTravis Haney

Which CFB team has the brightest QB future?

How well-stocked are programs at QB? Evaluating current depth charts and recruiting and development efforts, here are the teams with the strongest outlook over a three-year period.

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NFL draft could be record-setting recruiting tool for Ohio State

With Roger Goodell saying "The Ohio State University" as many as six times, Urban Meyer on hand congratulating his former players, and a new Ohio State football Twitter account documenting it all, recruits can't help but notice the Buckeyes.

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2dBrandon Chatmon, Max Olson and Jake Trotter

2016 Big 12 recruiting draft: Round 1

Here is the first round of our recruiting draft, which grants the bottom of the league first dibs on any Big 12 recruit who signed in 2016.

Astronomical expectations for Clemson in 2016 (1:52)
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College football's elder statesman isn't going anywhere

At nearly 77, Bill Snyder is college football's oldest coach and his legacy is intact. But fueled by his sharp mind, his love for coaching at Kansas State and the occasional, late-night Taco Bell run, he isn't planning on going anywhere.

Buckeyes, Tide top first 2017 class rankings (2:14)
How does Iowa follow up successful 2015 season? (1:58)
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Travis Haney

Which CFB team has the brightest QB future?

How well-stocked are programs at QB? Evaluating current depth charts and recruiting and development efforts, here are the teams with the strongest outlook over a three-year period.


How did Ohio State not win 2015 national title?

Five Buckeyes heard their names called in Thursday's first round, so how did Ohio State not even make the College Football Playoff with so much high-level talent? Five factors

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Chris Fallica ESPN Staff Writer 

Was a chance Indiana T Jason Spriggs could have gone in 1st last night, but he did not, meaning since 1995, every Power 5 school except Indiana and Iowa State have had a 1st round pick. Thomas Lewis '94 was IU last 1st, George Amundson '73 ISU only 1st

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

One more note on the Laremy Tunsil saga: The Dolphins expect the first-round pick to be ready to go for rookie minicamp next week. "We're comfortable with his eligibility," team Vice President Mike Tannenbaum said.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA is celebrating Kenny Clark's first-round selection (Green Bay) with digital billboards like this one around Los Angeles.

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We could see a run on QBS, the Heisman Trophy Winner and arguably the best player in the draft all go tonight. Draft starts at 7:00 on ESPN

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Vice President Mike Tannenbaum was pressed on the organization's pledge to bring in high character players after drafting Laremy Tunsil. "We remain committed to that. All the decision makers were in the room last night, and we feel good about Laremy as a player and a person. Obviously there have been some bumps in the road, but we're comfortable with that. Moving forward, we're excited he's here and think he has a bright future on the field as well as off."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami's Mike Tannenbaum was asked about social media's impact after what happened to Laremy Tunsil. "We were comfortable knowing there are things out there I'm sure he's going to learn from. Obviously mistakes were made. Our decision was based on the player, a big body of work ... We felt it was a tremendous opportunity for us."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami coach Adam Gase said of Laremy Tunsil, "I see a guy that's played at an extremely high level in a very good conference and is going to be able to transition to our league quickly. This is a guy we felt like was one of the better players in this draft class if not the best guy."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Dolphins executive Vice President of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said Laremy Tunsil had an allergic reaction and is unable to attend his introductory press conference right now. Tannenbaum said the organization feels "comfortable" with Tunsil as a player and person.

How does this NFL draft class stack up?

Jared Goff, Carson Wentz, Ezekiel Elliot, Laremy Tunsil, Keanu Neal and Laquon Treadwell already compare favorably to some well-known NFL stars.


Russillo: Tunsil's fall wasn't about weed

Ryen Russillo doesn’t want to hear people say Laremy Tunsil fell to the 13th pick because a tweet showed him using drug paraphernalia.


Tunsil admits to taking money in college

Laremy Tunsil, who fell to 13th to the Dolphins after a video emerged right before the draft of him smoking a substance in a gas mask, later admitted to taking money from an Ole Miss coach. Story

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