Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech and BYU will play a home-and-home series in 2026 and 2030. The Hokies also announced multiple future games with in-state opponents Liberty, Old Dominion and VMI. Most interesting note in the release, though, is this: Earlier this summer, the ACC decided its schools could only play one FCS opponent per season on specifically designated weekends through 2029. Virginia Tech is scheduled to face four FCS opponents – William & Mary (2018), Furman (2019), Richmond (2021) and VMI (2026) over the next 12 seasons.

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Weekly Commitment Roundup

Multiple four-star additions at Florida State, Texas, Auburn and Florida highlight this week's commitments made to Power 5 programs.

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Will any college football team score 100 points again?

The last time a team hit triple digits coaching legend Wade Phillips played a key role in the win and Dr. Phil was a nobody freshman linebacker on the losing side. It's been 49 years since we've seen 100, but how much longer will that streak survive?

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BYU's Mangum: Depression took toll on my life

BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum has been living with mild depression and anxiety and reached a point last year where he decided to "try to figure out what's going on in my brain and get some help."