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Clemson's offense solid despite key losses.

Despite losing QB Deshaun Watson and other key players on offense, Brad Edwards crunches the numbers to find a Clemson offense that still may lead them to the College Football Playoff.

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Year of the QB

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The 'Super QBs' in college football.

In this "Year of the Quarterback," college football's top QBs are so good, they're all but supernatural.

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Scholarship surprises

Coaches surprise walk-ons with scholarships.

From a Mother's Day gift to firing the message out of a t-shirt cannon, coaches are going next level to surprise their players with scholarships.

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Michigan's Achilles heel this season.

Brad Edwards crunches the numbers on Michigan's defense this season to see if it can carry the Wolverines to the national title.

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Texas looking to revive offense in Herman's first year.

Brad Edwards crunches the numbers behind the Longhorns' recent offensive struggles as new coach Tom Herman attempts to right the ship this season.

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Oklahoma's dominant offense needs to replace crucial pieces.

The talk may be centered around the Sooners' new coach, but Oklahoma has a big challenge ahead in replacing offensive stars like Dede Westbrook.

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The Russell Wilson rule

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  • Grad transfer rule is here to stay

    The graduate transfer rule that Russell Wilson made popular isn't living up to its intended purpose. But coaches and players alike don't think that's such a bad thing.

Remembering Frank Broyles

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  • Frank Broyles' Arkansas legacy lives on

    Broyles helped elevate Arkansas to the SEC and developed a campus filled with state-of-the-art facilities in a career that went from boy wonder to white-haired lion.

Preseason Power Rankings

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  • Top 25 loaded with familiar names

    While the top of our preseason Power Rankings is a who's who of college football royalty and programs that already have loaded trophy cases, there are plenty of teams ready to rise up and make a run at No. 1.