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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Outside of the wins he's accumulated, Clemson's Deshaun Watson said the accomplishment he's most proud of is being the first FBS quarterback to pass for 4,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in a season. "There's so many great quarterbacks that came through and playing now, and it's really hard to do."

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

As CBS Sports first reported, Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley impressed Houston officials in a recent meeting for their vacant head job. According to Sam Kahn Jr., the Cougars have already met with Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin and former LSU coach Les Miles, as well. A hire could be made by the end of the week. Riley could be the one to watch here.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

With Baylor hiring coach Matt Rhule away from Temple, Oregon is now the only remaining open Power 5 job. As Rhule was also a candidate for the Ducks, you wonder if a hiring is imminent. Or if Oregon can pause, with little competition remaining, other than perhaps Houston, and re-evaluate its options.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Rashaam Salaam's presence is still felt at Colorado on a daily basis. Mixed in with all the current players, he has a locker where his jersey hangs underneath pictures that celebrate his 1994 Heisman Trophy season.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Former Heisman Trophy winner and Bears' first-round pick Rashaan Salaam died at age of 42, per family spokesman. Another gone way too soon.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Most observers believed Baylor had to hire somebody with deep Lone Star State recruiting roots, something new Bears' coach Matt Rhule doesn't appear to have, but several veteran Texas high school coaches said that might not be such a bad thing. One coach said "Baylor needed a clean slate and now they have it with every high school coach in the state." Another said it would be smart if Rhule has somebody on his staff with Texas ties, but "Texas high school coaches respect other good coaches. He's a good coach."

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Houston interviewed at least four candidates for its head coaching vacancy, sources told ESPN.com: Alabama OC Lane Kiffin, former LSU coach Les Miles, Houston OC Major Applewhite and Houston DC Todd Orlando have all interviewed. Houston expects to make a hire by week's end, according to sources.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

New Baylor coach Matt Rhule inherits the smallest recruiting class of any Power 5 program and has only 57 days to fix it. The Bears have one commitment in the 2017 class with national signing day on Feb. 1, so don't be surprised if Rhule looks at a number of prospects pledged to the Owls to fill Baylor's class. One player to keep an eye on is longtime Owl three-star quarterback commitment Toddy Centeio of Palm Beach (Florida) Dwyer. Centeio is supposed to receive an in-home visit from Temple coaches this evening and make an official visit to Philadelphia this weekend, but both visits are up in the air because of the news. "We are waiting on more information right now, but we would talk to others," Centeio's father, Todd Centeio, said.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor has the right idea by hiring Matt Rhule. He'll give the Bears a fresh start, which is needed. His 20-7 mark at Temple the last two seasons speaks for itself. The biggest challenge for Rhule will be putting together a staff that can recruit the state of Texas well, since he doesn't have a background there.