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Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy, but after Deshaun Watson's performance in the College Football Playoff, some wondered whether voters had "Heisman remorse." Louisville coach Bobby Petrino weighed in on that topic, telling ESPN.com Friday, "I think all you have to do is look at his numbers. What Lamar did probably won't be matched for a long, long time. It was one of the most amazing seasons anyone has ever put together." Jackson threw for 3,543 yards, ran for 1,571 yards and scored 51 total touchdowns. Watson finished second in the December voting.

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Is Freeze's job in jeopardy at Ole Miss?

Paul Finebaum details the seriousness of the NCAA allegations levied against Hugh Freeze and the University of Mississippi.

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Melrose interviews 'The Arkansas Waterfall'

From one mullet owner to another, Barry Melrose interviews Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy to discuss the origins of Gundy's luscious mullet, his nickname and why Gundy uses butch wax to keep his hair in order.

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The big 3 RBs of the 2017 NFL draft.

Leonard Fournette, Dalvin Cook and Christian McCaffrey head into the NFL draft with record-breaking resumes and first-round potential.

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OTL: Is Jim Harbaugh an evil genius?

Paul Finebaum and John U. Bacon join Outside the Lines to debate the ethics of Jim Harbaugh's recruiting tactics at Michigan.

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Championship Drive Podcast

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  • Championship Drive Podcast

    Championship Drive provides an all-access pass into the world of college football with ESPN's stable of reporters and analysts.

Way-Too-Early Top 25

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  • Post-signing day Way-Too-Early 2017 Top 25

    USC had the strongest signing day. Urban Meyer inked his best class. Florida State grabbed the best available player. But Bama remains No. 1 in the second edition of the Way-Too-Early Top 25.

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