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Who would coaches pick (other than Nick Saban!) to win one game?

We posed the following question to 45 Power 5 college football coaches: If you had one game to win, who do you want as your coach? The catch: Nobody was allowed to say Nick Saban.

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McCaffrey desires national title over Heisman (3:09)
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McShay's top DB prospects for 2017

Todd McShay ranks the top 10 cornerbacks and safeties on his draft board heading into the 2016 college football season, including Oklahoma's Jordan Thomas.

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Relive the Michigan-Michigan State finale with Legos (0:26)
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What's the value of a strength and conditioning coach? (2:26)
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Fournette: Football saved my life (1:06)
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USC players have fun with the marching band (0:44)
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Does USC have better skill players than Alabama? (1:34)
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McShay's top DL prospects for 2017

Todd McShay ranks the top 10 defensive ends and defensive tackles on his draft board headed into the 2016 college football season, including Alabama's Jonathan Allen.

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Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland has just named Perry Hills as its starting QB. The Terps' passing game struggled last year -- when Hills started eight games -- but Hills can at least make plays with his feet and adds another dimension to the offense.

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland has named Perry Hills its starting quarterback. Hills started eight games last season, completing 50 percent of his passes and throwing eight TDs and 13 interceptions. He also had three 100-yard rushing games, and the senior's mobility will help him run a hurry-up spread offense.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington is going through its second full scrimmage this morning. Since the Huskies open with Rutgers at 11 am PT on 9/3, coaches decided to mirror this scrimmage off that game. The team stayed in a hotel last night, had a team dinner and went through a 6:30 am wake up today in preparation. Coaches are hoping this mock game situation helps to adjust any kind of "body clock" issues (to borrow Stanford's term) the team could have next Saturday.

McCaffrey desires national title over Heisman

Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey speaks with Matt Barrie about life at SU, playing with a chip on his shoulder and why a national championship would mean more to him than the Heisman Trophy.

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Should Swinney be in trouble over a FaceTime call?

Mike & Mike think the NCAA rules are getting ridiculous as Dabo Swinney's accidental FaceTime call to a prospect is listed in Clemson's infraction report.

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Handing out the 2016 Herbies

LSU's Leonard Fournette is among the winners in Kirk Herbstreit's college football awards. See his conference and playoff picks as well, and tune in to the "Herbies Preseason Special" tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Check it out

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Relive the crazy ending ... with Legos

Watch the thrilling ending to last season's Michigan-Michigan State game, reenacted in Legos.

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Nebraska unveils new uniforms

The Cornhuskers players were pumped when they saw their new gear for this season.

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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

With USC looking toward Alabama, coach Clay Helton gave a few takeaways from his film study. Spoiler: he's impressed.

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David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU scrimmaged at Tiger Stadium on Tuesday evening, looking ahead toward its Sept. 3 opener against Wisconsin. Tigers coach Les Miles said QB Brandon Harris went 10-for-15 for 133 yards and two TDs. The Tigers ran for 288 yards in the scrimmage and passed for 220. Miles said safety Jamal Adams intercepted a pass and dropped another INT and that cornerback Donte Jackson returned an interception for a touchdown. Star running back Leonard Fournette did not participate in the scrimmage after injuring his ankle last week. However, Miles said Fournette has resumed running and predicted that "the next time we take the field, my guess is he'll be practicing."

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Don't expect a QB announcement from Mark Helfrich before the Ducks' final fall scrimmage on Thursday. He said following the scrimmage he'll sit down with all the coaches as they develop their depth chart for the UC-Davis game week. All signs point to grad transfer Dakota Prukop being named the starter, but will be interesting to see where Justin Herbert falls in the pecking order. Several have been very impressed with the 6-foot-6 true freshman.