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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

The clock in the Ohio State football complex is already counting down (to the second) to The Game. Urban Meyer is 5-0 vs. Michigan and 26-3 vs. his chief rivals during his head coaching career. Meyer said rivalries are what separate college football from the NFL. "I grew up in the 10-year war with Woody Hayes and Bo Schembechler. ... For 365 days, you have to live with it if you lose this game," Meyer told ESPN.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Former TCU DE Isaiah Chambers announced over Twitter on Wednesday that he will be transferring to Houston. Chambers was a former ESPN recruit who redshirted as a freshman last season.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

One of the most obvious changes for Ohio State this season is new offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson. Head coach Urban Meyer told ESPN on Wednesday that Wilson brings a "swagger" to the Buckeyes' offense and Meyer has been encouraged by what he's seen this preseason in terms of their ability to make more big plays down the field.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Last fall, the American Football Coaches Association retroactively awarded Oklahoma State the 1945 national championships to account for the time the organization didn't have the Coaches Poll. Wednesday, the school was at work commemorating that title inside Boone Pickens Stadium.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Big loss for Duke: Safety Jeremy McDuffie, who had the best spring of anyone on the roster according to head coach David Cutcliffe, is out indefinitely after having surgery to repair a broken right thumb.

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15 Days until the first Thursday of College Football Season. Lamar Jackson will be the 15th Heisman Trophy winner to return to school the year after winning. He'll look to join Archie Griffin as the only repeat winners.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

UNC basketball coach Roy Williams is in Nashville this morning, heading to a hearing where he is facing questions from the NCAA regarding his knowledge and potential involvement in an academic scandal that allegedly spanned nearly two decades in Chapel Hill. Williams has been adamant that he had no knowledge of the academic impropriety that the NCAA says improperly benefitted UNC athletes. Williams has not been accused of wrongdoing. UNC faces five allegations none of which involve academic fraud. However the Committee on Infractions could add allegations during the course of the hearing which is scheduled for today and tomorrow and is closed to both the public and the media.


Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

A watershed moment that may have a significant impact on the tenuous relationship between the billion dollar college sports industry and academics is playing out here in Nashville this morning. The University of North Carolina has finally come before the NCAA Committee on Infractions to address five allegations, including lack of institutional control, which stem from an academic scandal that allegedly spanned nearly two decades in Chapel Hill and involved hundreds of UNC athletes. Head basketball coach Roy Williams will be questioned about his knowledge and possible role in the scandal. The NCAA will also question head football coach Larry Fedora, and women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell. The hearing is closed to the public and media and the outcome may not be known for weeks if not months.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina athletic director Bubba Cunningham, football coach Larry Fedora and men's basketball coach Roy Williams are part of the school contingent walking into the NCAA Committee on Infractions hearing.


Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Deborah Crowder, one of the key figures in the UNC scandal in the Department of African and Afro-American Studies, arrives for the Committee on Infractions hearing with her attorney. Crowder is accused of unethical conduct for her role in setting up and grading paper classes that largely benefited student-athletes. She denies wrongdoing.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen spoke publicly for the first time since training camp began, but chose not to discuss his interview published last week by Bleacher Report in which he questioned the relationship between academics and playing college football. Asked if he was surprised by any of the reaction to the interview, Rosen said: “No. I mean, Coach Mora kind of addressed the whole thing, but at this point I'm kind of just talking about camp.”