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McGee: Biggest surprise of the 2015 college football season?

Ryan McGee polls those in the know to find out which teams and players will come out of nowhere in 2015. For starters, don't sleep on the Pac-12. Or Oklahoma. Or LSU. Or an upset in Blacksburg.

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More likely to be upset Week 1: Ohio State or Alabama? (0:43)
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Montana upsets North Dakota State (0:57)
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College GameDay sign desires (0:40)
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Hackenberg, Elliott to duke it out for Heisman (2:39)
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Like chaos? Then 2015 may be right for you

Even the top teams have question marks and tough issues, from unproven QBs to difficult schedules. The games should be low on guarantees and high on drama.

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Gilmore on fines: Ill-advised, incomprehensible (2:13)
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3dIvan Maisel

3-point stance: Is Big 12 parity a good thing?

Six teams -- Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, Baylor and TCU -- have won a least a share of the Big 12 title over the last six seasons.

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2dKC Joyner

Big Numbers: Target Arizona's offense

KC Joyner introduces his Big Number score to find valuable college football players for Thursday's DFS slate, including a stack of Arizona Wildcats.

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Herbstreit: 2015 Herbie Awards

Kirk Herbstreit reveals the candidates and winners of his 2015 Herbie Awards and makes his College Football Playoff picks.

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2dTravis Haney

Coaches weigh in on the transfer debate

Travis Haney asked Power 5 head coaches how they approach conversations with other coaches about potential outgoing and incoming transfers.

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3dTravis Haney

Top breakout players in 2015: Nos. 10-1

Ah, breathe that clean, rarefied air. We’ve reached the mountaintop of our countdown of the top 50 breakout players for the 2015 college football season.

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Gamecocks to honor 'Emanuel 9'

South Carolina football players will wear stickers on their helmets this season to honor the nine people who died in the shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., this past June.

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Little Leaguer accepts PSU's challenge

Braden Kolmansberger, part of the Pennsylvania team that won the U.S. title at the Little League World Series, kicked a 35-yard field goal, meaning Penn State head coach James Franklin had to do 30 pushups.

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Howard's darkhorse Heisman picks

Don't sleep on Arizona LB Scooby Wright III and Baylor QB Seth Russell as Heisman hopefuls, says ESPN college football analyst Desmond Howard.

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ICYMI: Montana's thrilling upset in opener

Brady Gustafson completed 30 of 55 attempts for 434 yards passing, while Joey Counts scored the game-winning TD with 2 seconds left as No. 12 Montana beat No. 1 North Dakota State 38-35 in the FCS opener.

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Robert Nkemdiche: a Rebel with a cause in just five short days when he takes the field for No. 17 Ole Miss.

Montana upsets North Dakota State

Brady Gustafson was 30-of-55 pass attempts for 434 yards, while Joey Counts scored the game-winning TD touchdown with 2 seconds left as No. 12 Montana beat No. 1 North Dakota State 38-35 in the FCS opener.

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Jeremy Crabtree @jeremycrabtree

Welcome back college football. If the rest of the season is anything like what just happened in Missoula, then this year will be amazing.

Counts' TD gives Montana comeback win

Joey Counts' 1-yard TD run with 2 seconds left lifted Montana past defending FCS champion North Dakota State 38-35 in the season opener.

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Montana completes huge 4th-down pass

Brady Gustafson connected with Reese Carlson on a 31-yard reception on 4th and 10 in the final minute against North Dakota State down 35-31.

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Frazier puts North Dakota State ahead

King Frazier's 7-yard TD run gives North Dakota State the 35-28 lead over Montana in the fourth quarter.

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Frazier sets up score with catch-and-run

North Dakota State's Carson Wentz hit King Frazier for a 44-yard gain to the Montana 9 to set up the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter.

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Montana ties it up with big play

Brady Gustafson tosses to Ellis Henderson, who gets behind the defense in scampers in for a touchdown. The drive lasted just 38 seconds (3 plays) to go 80 yards. North Dakota State and Montana are tied at 28 in the third quarter.

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