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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon QB Travis Jonsen, who started fall camp as the No. 2 QB and ended as the No. 4 QB said he hasn't thought about transferring (said "No, not yet") and just wants to be as good of a scout team QB as possible. Said he's only worried about this season.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon running back Royce Freeman is not taking UC Davis lightly. He said he's approaching this season opener as a national title game.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the biggest surprises of the Oregon depth chart was true freshman CB Brenden Schooler, who didn't get much ink during the first few weeks of fall camp but landed in the two deep. Secondary coach John Neal said his speed and athleticism made the 6-foot-2 freshman stand out.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon has 10 freshmen in the two deep (redshirt and true). Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said he's hoping those guys play like they've practiced, specifically true freshmen Troy Dye (first string SAM) and Brenden Schooler (second string CB).

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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami will likely start three freshmen linebackers Saturday, and they all might be true freshmen. Mark Richt said it's important all three true freshmen enrolled in January, which gave them an extra five months on campus and put them on the same footing as everyone else learning a new defense. "It's not like the rest of the defense had heard it before," he said. One concern he said will be adjusting to the bigger stage, but the Hurricanes open with FCS Florida A&M.

Best one-handed catches in college football

Take a look at some of the most impressive one-handed catches in college football history.

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Oregon coach Mark Helfrich knows there's not a lot of experience in the Ducks' front seven (add to that a new scheme under new DC Brady Hoke), but he said he hopes the group plays "recklessly disciplined" on Saturday in the season opener. Expect a lot of rotation with that group. Helfrich said every player in the two deep there will get a lot of reps.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan WR Jehu Chesson says he's had no setbacks in training camp or mental hurdles to clear after tearing his PCL in January.

Clemson's formula for excellence

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney details the steps the team is doing to continue to get better and be successful.

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Adam Amin ESPN College Football 

Can @RunRalphieRun turn '15's mistakes into wins in '16? They bring back the most experienced roster in CU history with 412 combined starts.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

I asked Steve Spurrier today if I was ever going to be writing about him as a new selection committee member for the College Football Playoff. "Doubt it, doubt it," he said. Why? "Well, first you've gotta be asked." True. Spurrier wasn't on the short list in the latest round of replacements but could be in the future. He added he hasn't given it much thought, but likes the CFP and thinks it will eventually expand to eight.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Burns surprised many when he beat out Keller Chryst for the starting QB job at Stanford. Coach David Shaw pointed to two mental areas Tuesday where Burns eclipsed Chryst: pre-snap reads and post-snap decision-making. While both 6-foot-5, 230 pounders look the part — and Chryst was the 2015 backup — it shouldn't be surprising that the QB decision at Stanford comes down to brains rather than big arms or mobility.

Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

I spoke with UC Davis coach Ron Gould yesterday. He said he has been very impressed with the offensive skill positions the Ducks could employ. He joked: "Is there any way you could call Coach Helfrich and have him sit some of those guys down? That young man who just got back from the Olympics. They've got five tailbacks that could all start at other places in the Pac-12 and SEC."

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

When Josh Rosen showed up to UCLA training camp sporting a mustache, it created a surprising amount of online chatter. Such is life for one of college football's fastest rising superstars. On Tuesday, Rosen explained the whole idea behind the mustache was to "make it as terrible as possible."

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford head coach David Shaw said the expectations on running back Christian McCaffrey have never been higher: "It's not that he doesn't notice them, it's that he doesn't care ... I love how steady he is, regardless of what the outside world tries to put on his shoulders because he only carries his own expectations."

Most incredible 'Hail Mary' plays in college football

Take a look back at some of the most remarkable and improbable Hail Mary passes in college football history.

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Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

Urban Meyer doesn't anticipate WR Torrance Gibson leaving the program despite being suspended for the season by Ohio State on Monday. "I believe that is the plan," Meyer said during a Big Ten teleconference. "I've had zero indication he wants to leave."