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Cook-ing secrets: Mistakes make FSU RB better

Dalvin Cook could be forgiven if he never watched the Seminoles' last two bowl games. But instead of ignoring his struggles in those games against Oregon and Houston, he's worn out the video to fix the flaws in his game.

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Florida State's unique way of motivating players (1:24)
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Should college players be paid? (2:18)
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Louisville ready to step up in ACC Atlantic

With an electric quarterback and a lot of defensive talent returning, Louisville believes it can threaten Florida State and Clemson this season.

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Uni Watch: UA goes back to school

Under Armour celebrated 20 years by unveiling some new looks for its college football teams.

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The 13 biggest CFB surprise teams for 2016

The top of the 2016 college football heap is projected to look a lot like the end of 2015 -- starting with Alabama and Clemson. But what are the sneaky-good teams that could crash the CFP party?

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Watson viewed as favorite to be No. 1 pick (1:00)
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Steele has 'Canes in ACC title game (0:43)
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Why Michigan is the most popular bet to win national title (1:38)
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Baker Mayfield's busy Big 12 media day (0:54)
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Big Ten media days preview: Michigan Wolverines

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh will command plenty of attention at Big Ten media days, but he won't be the only topic of interest for the Wolverines.

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Snyder ready for 25th season at Kansas State (0:55)
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Grobe: 'I'm not here to change a whole lot' (2:19)
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Big Ten media days preview: Iowa Hawkeyes

Desmond King and C.J. Beathard are preparing an encore after their Big Ten West title and 12-0 regular-season record last year.

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Welcoming Trevor Knight to the SEC

Former Oklahoma QB Trevor Knight is ready for "a fresh start" with a new team in a new conference.

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Ekakitie: I am thankful to be alive

In a case of mistaken identity, police stop Iowa DL Faith Ekakitie at gunpoint while he was playing Pokemon Go. Ekakitie describes incident

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Richt won't turn around Miami in Year 1

Trevor Matich thinks it's an unrealistic expectation to assume Mark Richt will resurrect the Miami football program right away.

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FSU's unique way of motivating players

Huge pictures like this one of Dalvin Cook play into it.

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#OrangeIsTheNewFast

Let new Syracuse coach Dino Babers explain.

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Will TV show help Florida State?

Jimbo Fisher thinks participating in the Showtime series "A Season With" will keep the team focused.

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Petrino: Lamar Jackson a 'natural' leader

Bobby Petrino is excited for how productive QB Lamar Jackson could be this season for the Cardinals.

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McCaffrey expected to be 1st-round pick

Phil Steele believes there won't be any letdown in Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey's performance this season.

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Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas Tech issues statement on Houston's Big 12 candidacy: "As the Big 12 evaluates its options for expansion, Texas Tech welcomes the consideration of the University of Houston. We have always valued our partnerships with UH." - Dr. Lawrence Schovanec, Texas Tech's incoming president

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Yes, this is a Joey Chestnut sighting at ACC Kickoff. The competitive eater is appearing on ESPN Charlotte to talk about a local competition Saturday called the "Roadstar Challenge."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State running back Dalvin Cook and Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson played against each other in high school. "He scored on us on the first play," Cook said. Then Cook's team got the ball. "On his first play in, he scored," Jackson said. "As soon as he touched the ball, he went for like 80. I never seen that before." So whose team won? "They did," Jackson said. "Too much speed."

Dino Babers steals the show

From thoughts on “Game Of Thrones” to 2 percent milk, the new Syracuse coach made his first ACC media days memorable. Pay attention

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