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Gators talk success of fall camp, QB competition (1:25)
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How will teams replace star players? (2:02)
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Aggies' unpredictable defense could work in their favor (1:20)
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Florida's QB tryouts continue with Michigan on horizon (1:36)
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Inside practice in Aggieland (2:58)
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SEC quarterback superlatives (2:51)
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Orgeron not expecting Key to play in Week 1 (0:55)
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Eason's comfort provides stability for UGA's offense (1:17)
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Examining Arden Key's impact for LSU (1:22)
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Building the ultimate linebacker depth chart (2:11)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Rich Rodriguez's attorney to ESPN in response to the lawsuit filed against him by his former agency alleging breach of contract: "Coach Rodriguez had an 'at-will' agency relationship with CAA that began in 2011. He paid CAA fees in excess of $280,000 through 2015, when he terminated the relationship. Rodriguez never entered in to a written contract with CAA, nor did he ever verbally agree to pay fees for any period after 2015." Rodriguez will fight this lawsuit "vigorously," his attorney said.

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Bulldogs excited for big matchup vs. ND (1:31)
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Kelly blames himself for disastrous 4-8 season (1:53)
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Amin: Tigers' D-line deepest since 2010 title team (1:45)

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Fallica makes it on the big screen, talking college football.