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Who will win the Heisman Trophy? Let us know what you think.
If you're a Houston student who wants a ticket to the season opener, we hope you got in line early.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that Bucs rookie linebacker Devante Bond strained his hamstring Wednesday, which is why he isn't playing. He underwent an MRI but I'm told it's not serious. Hamstring injuries can be tricky, but he's expected to be back in about two weeks.
This year's Heisman race features four returning superstars: Christian McCaffrey, Deshaun Watson, Baker Mayfield and Leonard Fournette. Let's see how they compare using advanced stats.
It's a fun-but-complicated question: Who are college football's blue-blood programs? Our writers ranked all 128 and pinpointed the eight schools the sport wouldn't be the same without.
Whether the Cougars join the Big 12 remains to be seen, but recruiter in the league are clear: they don't want Houston in the Big 12.
What have we learned from two years of the College Football Playoff? More than anything, strength of schedule and conference titles matter. And you need a star QB -- well, unless you're Alabama.
Without them, a sport just isn't the same. Why college football blue bloods like Alabama, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas and USC make the game what it is.
Dark-horse Heisman hopefuls
Five potential Heisman sleepers are given 20-1 odds to win the Heisman Trophy, per Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
Heisman hopefuls with 12-1 odds
Clemson's Deshaun Watson, Stanford's Christian McCaffrey and LSU's Leonard Fournette are the top Heisman favorites, per Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Don't count out the next three hopefuls with 12-1 odds.
Heisman favorites face Week 1 tests
Four of the early favorites to win the Heisman Trophy will be tested out of the gate against quality opponents on Saturday, Sept. 3.
Jeffrey Okudah, the nation's top safety, knows where he will be visiting this fall. And he says there's a clear leader of the pack.
How the receiving corps and the pass rush come together will determine whether the Sooners defend their Big 12 crown and return to the playoff.
It ain't cheap to attend games these days. So if you're going to plunk down hard-earned cash for tickets, who's the guy on each top 25 team who single-handedly makes it worth your while?
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.
What matters more: What you see on the field or what you see in the analytics? Mark Schlabach and Sharon Katz discuss each top 25 team's toughest game of the year through those two lenses.
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.
Who will be Big 12's best?
Oklahoma gets nine votes from the 10 CFB writers we surveyed for season predictions. Will the Sooners repeat as conference champs? Or will TCU make good and fulfill the faith one of our voters had in the Horned Frogs? 2016 CFB predictions
Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman discusses Oklahoma's offense, the pressure on Tennessee, the state of UCLA and whether a conference could send two teams to the CFP this season.
Can anyone slow down Alabama in the SEC? Can Florida State dethrone Clemson in the ACC? And who wins the Big Ten? Our conference reporters debate these topics and more.