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How did college football's top 10 teams do in recruiting this summer?

From Ohio State's top-ranked class to Notre Dame's big haul to Alabama's quest to get back on top, it has been a busy summer on the trail. Here's what you might have missed.

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College football's most incredible interceptions (1:17)
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Previewing the Bottom 10 (3:33)
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Jimbo Fisher ready for challenge of facing Chad Kelly (1:10)
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Kiffin facing USC an underplayed storyline (1:31)
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Cook could make statement for Heisman against Ole Miss (0:54)
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Life on the lake with Nick Saban (6:41)
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Deshaun Watson's Heisman highlight reel (1:01)
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Leonard Fournette's Heisman highlight reel (1:15)
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North Dakota State wins opener in OT (1:08)
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How to define Charlie Weis

What words best describe the former Notre Dame and Kansas football coach? Through the ups and downs of his career, there are many options.

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College football's most intriguing opening weekend matchups (1:50)
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The Heisman Class of 2016

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.

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Betting previews for top 25 CFB teams

Phil Steele, Chris Fallica and Stanford Steve are giving comprehensive betting previews of the top 25 college football teams. Today we have Michigan, Stanford, Ohio State and LSU.

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Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer 

With commitment of OL Marcus Minor yesterday #Terps class now includes 3 #ESPN300 prospects & of the 7 4-star commits - 6 hail from MD/DC area - keeping "DMV" talent close to home a vital key for DJ Durkin & staff

College football's best interceptions

Charles Woodson, Sean Taylor and Calvin Pryor are all involved in some of the most incredible interceptions in college football history.

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Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst calls LSU running back Leonard Fournette "extremely talented" and acknowledges "he's going to make plays." Wisconsin's front seven is among the best in the Big Ten but will be put to the ultimate test against the Heisman favorite on Saturday.

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington head coach Chris Petersen announced that wide receiver Brayden Lenius has been suspended for the first three games of the season. He'll miss the opener at home Saturday against Rutgers and also home games against Idaho and Portland State. The 6-5, 231-pound junior matched the team high with three touchdown receptions last season and was fourth on the team with 26 catches. He appeared in all 13 games in 2015 and started six.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Highly-touted freshman linebacker Mique Juarez continues to be excused from UCLA practice. He has not practiced with the team for more than two weeks and coach Jim Mora said he's getting the help he needs to deal with some personal issues. Juarez, the No. 30 overall recruit in the Class of 2016, will not play against Texas A&M.

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Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA coach Jim Mora provided an injury update after practice Monday. Most notable: DL Deon Hollins and FB Cameron Griffin are doubtful to play against Texas A&M while still dealing with concussion-like symptoms. Mora wouldn't completely rule them out.

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David Ching ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU's Leonard Fournette and Jamal Adams have been talking about winning a championship since playing together at the Under Armour All-America Game in 2014. Entering their junior -- and probably final, since both players are projected first-round picks if they enter the 2017 NFL draft -- college season, they lead what should be the best Tigers team since 2011. Fournette, by the way, says his sprained ankle has fully recovered and he's good to go for Saturday's game against Wisconsin after taking it easy in his return to practice last week.

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas did not release a depth chart and did not name a starting quarterback today. Charlie Strong says he's trying to give Notre Dame as little info as possible. We'll see if that extra secrecy pays off on Sunday night.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer has known about Tim Tebow's plans to give baseball a shot for a while, and not surprisingly, he continues to believe his former QB at Florida can accomplish what he sets his mind to doing. "Incredible, incredible baseball player," Meyer said reflecting on watching him in high school. " ... I'm very biased and everybody knows that, but don't count him out."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian McCaffrey on Stanford's defense: "I think they're going to shock the world... I think they're going to open a lot of eyes."

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey will take over short yardage duties for the graduated Remound Wright this year, and he's excited to score more touchdowns.

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Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer 

Hugh Freeze loves the fact that his Ole Miss team will be in the national spotlight when they play Florida State next Monday. But Freeze said "top-to-bottom, the [Seminoles] are one of the better teams we've played in my tenure here." That's quite a compliment.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

"Christian McCaffrey has been locked in since about 10 minutes after the Rose Bowl," David Shaw said.

Will Kickoff Week live up to the hype?

This season's first week has been hyped since last season ended, but will the play on the field live up to its billing? Numbers don't lie (Insider)

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David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Good and bad Stanford injury updates: TE Dalton Schultz will play against Kansas State, but David Shaw said that RB Bryce Love, who has a lower body injury, is doubtful.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford named Bobby Okereke as a first-time starter at inside linebacker. "He's had the best camp of all our inside linebackers, and that's saying something," David Shaw said. The Cardinal plan to rotate 4-5 players through two inside linebacker spots.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Harbaugh says Michigan knows it's starting quarterback, but won't share that with the public before Saturday.

Saban not willing to commit to one QB yet

Nick Saban discusses how he has narrowed down the starting QB battle to Cooper Bateman and Blake Barnett.

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