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2016 Schedule
8-5, 4th in SEC - West
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2dSam Khan Jr.

Early hot seat breakdown: Kevin Sumlin

Kevin Sumlin made some staff changes after yet another late-season collapse for the Aggies; a poor start in 2017 could really raise the stakes.

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Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Olaijah Griffin is the nation's No. 130 overall prospect with offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M, UCLA and USC. The Trojans could be tough to beat for Griffin, whose father is rapper Warren G.

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6dSam Khan Jr.

Under-the-radar recruit: Texas A&M Aggies

Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies want to start utilizing their tight ends more often, giving Camron Horry a chance to make an early impact this fall.

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Kiper breaks down SEC's best (3:31)
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Would playing in CFL be good move for Manziel? (1:56)
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9dGordon McGuinness

Who are college football's most irreplaceable stars?

This spring, hundreds of NFL draft hopefuls will try to impress pro scouts after successful college careers. But who are the 10 most impossible-to-replace players?

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Will Garrett's Cowboys plea hurt his draft stock? (1:19)
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10dCraig Haubert

Which teams are already rolling in 2018 recruiting?

Alabama is nowhere to be found with its 2018 class, but other schools, headlined by Penn State, Florida State and Kansas, yes that Kansas, are racking up 2018 recruits.

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12dSam Khan

Former Alabama DL Allen wins Lombardi Award

The Lombardi Award, which has been given to the nation's top collegiate lineman since 1970, was awarded to former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen on Saturday.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lombardi Award ceremony is underway in Houston. Alabama's Jonathan Allen, Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, Louisville's Lamar Jackson and Michigan's Jabrill Peppers are the finalists.

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SEC's dominance starts on the D-Line

The SEC was the home of defensive linemen this past season as Myles Garrett and Jonathan Allen are projected as top picks. Derek Barnett and Caleb Brantley have first-round grades, too.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Myles Garrett said he was a little caught off guard by the national reaction to his video of him jokingly pleading the Dallas Cowboys to draft him. "I've already said I like the Cowboys because that's my hometown team. But I want to go No. 1. Whoever that is, if that's Cleveland, I have no problem going up there and playing with them. I'm going to love whatever team and organization that I'm a part of."

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Potential No. 1 overall NFL draft pick Myles Garrett emphasized to ESPN.com on Saturday morning that the video of him pleading Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys to trade up to select him was made in jest. "Take a joke, people," Garrett said. "No matter what team [drafts me] I'm going to give my all....Cleveland, Chicago, San Francisco, whoever has [the] No. 1 [pick] at the end of the day, that's where I'm trying to go."

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Alabama looks stout ahead of 2017 season (1:58)
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Projected No. 1 pick Garrett has a message for Jerry Jones (0:21)
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Top DE prospect Garrett won't attend NFL draft

Former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett, one of the top prospects available in the 2017 NFL draft, says he won't attend the April event in Philadelphia.

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13dSam Khan Jr.

Instant-impact recruit: Texas A&M Aggies

With Daeshon Hall and Myles Garrett gone, Texas A&M needs juco standout Micheal Clemons to help fill what could be a big hole at defensive end.

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