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100 things we can't wait to see in 2015

College football is just 100 days away, and here are 100 things we're looking forward to seeing in 2015. Laquan McGowan scoring, Jim Harbaugh ranting and Joey Bosa celebrating are high on the list.

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SEC to mull graduate transfers, satellite camps

The Southeastern Conference's agenda for spring meetings leans heavily toward ensuring that other leagues don't have any competitive advantage, either from satellite camps or graduate transfers.

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Which ACC team could secure big Week 1 win?

Louisville, North Carolina will both have an opportunity to help get the conference off to a good start next season.

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Top 10 things to know for 2015 (3:25)
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Take Two: West Division favorite?

The Big Ten West appears to be a three-team race between Wisconsin, Nebraska and Minnesota.

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Strong and weak: Oklahoma Sooners

Oklahoma has a strong group of running backs, but needs help in the defensive secondary.

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Haney: Early Heisman odds

Heisman Trophy odds will shrink and balloon between now and December, but right now it's RBs, not QBs, that are among the early favorites. Good buys (Insider)

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100 days until college football

In honor of starting the 100-day countdown until the 2015 college football season kicks off, we have a 100-second review of 2014. Urban Meyer re-united with the championship trophy and an Oregon QB entertained the Northwest.

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These are a few of our favorite things

Jim Harbaugh stirring things up at Michigan, Baylor’s 400-pound OL/TE and Ohio State's 3-headed QB monster are just a few of the things we can’t wait to see in 100 days when college football games begin. 100 things we're excited for

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Auburn adds a defensive player

Former Michigan CB Blake Countess announced via social media that he will transfer to Auburn. As a graduate, he is eligible to play immediately. Countess has started 30 games in his career and was All-Big Ten honorable mention last year.

Nick Saban: women's bball recruiter?

It's true. Over the last 2 years, he has met with 9 prospects, and 7 signed with the Tide. Coach Kristy Curry told Alabama Media Group: "He wants everything at Alabama to be great, and he actually told me that before I took the job, 'Why can't women's basketball be great?'"

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