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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Spoke with Oregon fifth year senior WR Dwayne Stanford. I asked for his breakdown of the DBs and QBs through camp (with the depth chart coming out in the next few days. On the defensive backs: He said he has been impressed with Ugo Amadi, Arrion Springs and Malik Lovette. When asked which guy defends him best, he joked that they've all done an "equally bad job." On the quarterbacks: Stanford said Dalota Prukop has really taken ahold of the offense. He has been surprised with true freshman Justin Herbert. Said he thought he looked pretty good this summer but had no idea how well he'd play this fall.

Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame WR Torii Hunter Jr. talks about how lessons from his father helped him become a captain.

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Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer 

Trace McSorley is Penn State's new starting QB, coach James Franklin announced moments ago. The redshirt sophomore beat out Tommy Stevens for the job. McSorley doesn't have anything near the arm of last year's starter, Christian Hackenberg, but he can make plays with his legs.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen says he plans to announce a starter at QB for the opener against South Alabama early next week. He has a pretty good idea who it will be, but that doesn't mean the job is permanently his. "It's sorting itself out. To this day, no one has jumped up and separated himself to be the guy. I have a good idea where I'm at and who's going to be the starter ... but I'm going to play more than one in the first game. I can guarantee you that." Nick Fitzgerald, Damian Williams and Nick Tino are all battling for the starting spot.

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State defensive end Sam Hubbard, still close with Joey Bosa, said it's been tough on his friend not to be on the field with the Chargers. "I know he's heartbroken," Hubbard said. "He's a football player, and he wants to play football."

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Lane Kiffin calling plays 9/3 v Clancy Pendergast (USC DC when he was fired): very competitive & will be fun to watch. talked to both today

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Burns will be Stanford's starting QB to begin the season. Here's video of Burns discussing his evolution from triple-option QB in high school to this current role.

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Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

The current threat level for Ohio State as it begins to turn attention to the opener: Green, which means the Buckeyes need to be "game ready." Training camp is over.

David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

David Shaw announces Ryan Burns as Stanford's starting quarterback.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Larry Fedora on the different running styles of current QB Mitch Trubisky and former QB Marquise Williams: "If you ran them in a race, Mitch would probably win a flat-out foot race, but I don't anticipate him being that physical style of runner that Marquise was." North Carolina has 2,914 non-sack rushing yards from its QB the last 3 years, fourth-most in Power 5.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said he does not know which way the conference scheduling vote will go once it is taken. If the vote is deadlocked at 7-7, the conference would remain at eight conference games. "It's very hard to handicap that because of the closeness of the actual votes and the straw votes that we've had over the years on this issue," Swofford said. "The only prediction I would make is whatever the vote is, it's probably going to be close unless we end up voting on something that's a little different than what's on the table at the moment."

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor DB Travon Blanchard is expected to miss the Bears' Sept. 2 opener against Northwestern State after undergoing minor knee surgery today. Blanchard is one of the team's best players and leaders on defense. Expect senior Patrick Levels to fill in for Blanchard in the hybrid "Bear" safety/linebacker role.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said Wednesday the ongoing discussion about future conference scheduling would be on the agenda when the athletic directors meet again in October, but was unsure whether a vote would be taken. ADs must decide by December whether to stay at eight conference games with the addition of two Power 5 nonconference games, or move to nine conference games plus one Power 5 nonconference opponent. The ACC would begin using the new scheduling model in 2019, when the ACC Network debuts.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State's second scrimmage was just average, coach Jimbo Fisher said. Before camp opened, Fisher talked about the need for the players around Deondre Francois to step up, but Fisher wasn't enthusiastic about the receivers Wednesday. He said right now they have bodies at the position they can throw to but not options. Fisher has been hard on his receivers the last two seasons.

Finebaum critical of Harbaugh after Solomon decommits

Paul Finebaum places blame on U-M football coach Jim Harbaugh for losing recruit Aubrey Solomon, who suddenly decommitted from Michigan.

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Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN has obtained a copy of this letter, dated July 25, that UConn president Susan Herbst sent Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby expressing the school's "strong interest" in joining the Big 12.

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pullman Police Dept. confirmed that Washington State safety Shalom Luani was arrested early Wednesday morning and booked on second-degree felony assault chargers for allegedly breaking the nose of a 20-year-old man during an altercation at a Dominos Pizza. Luani was all-conference honorable mention in 2015 and finished third on the team with 90 tackles. The arrest comes on the heels of an investigation involving multiple WSU football players for another alleged assault at a house party. Cmdr. Chris Tennant of the Pullman Police Dept. said he hopes that investigation will be wrapped up this week.

Howard still bitter over U-M's loss to MSU

Desmond Howard is not the happiest person in the room when he has to relive Michigan losing to Michigan State in the form of Legos.

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