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Jeannine Edwards ESPN Reporter 

This is what they're playing for in Indy. And maybe more. #CFP

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Western Michigan receiver Corey Davis leads the FBS with 17 touchdown catches this season. Since the start of 2013, Davis has 50 receiving touchdowns, 12 more than any other receiver in that span.

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin QB Alex Hornibrook remains listed as questionable with a head injury on the Badgers' final injury report before the Big Ten championship game. Hornibrook sustained the injury in the second quarter against Minnesota last week. It will be interesting to see how much he plays Saturday. Backup QB Bart Houston has been excellent as part of a two-QB system the last six games.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban isn't thinking about catching Bear Bryant's record of six national championships (Saban currently has five). He's in the here and now

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Saban was asked about how the loss to Florida in the 2008 SEC helped propel Alabama's success since then. Saban wasn't interested in really answering that but he did talk about this team fighting complacency

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Saban asked how long he thinks he'll continue to coach. Says that he loves coaching but he says we all have fears of not doing what we love well anymore. Saban said he will coach as long as he can do it well and as long as he's healthy enough to do it.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Orlando Chamber of Commerce clearly ordered a picture perfect weekend for the ACC championship game.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban doesn't believe any of the talk about the SEC being down this year

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Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban asked if OC Lane Kiffin is ready to be a head coach again. "Absolutely." Saban added that Kiffin didn't get enough credit for the work he did as a head coach at Tennessee and USC. Also said that Kiffin has shown coaching maturity by adapting and changing within his offense to fit his players' talents, especially with three different starting QBs in three years at Alabama

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban and Jim McElwain. Former coaching partners now meeting in back-to-back SEC championship games

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim McElwain asked if he's flattered or insulted to be mentioned as a possible candidate for the Oregon opening. He basically laughed through his answer: "I think it's pretty cool to have people like you. ... Anytime someone takes notice, that's pretty cool." McElwain added that someone might have thrown that rumor out to get a recruiting edge over him and Florida. Also said he's happy to be a Gator

Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer 

Each of the 8 teams playing in a Power-5 Conf. Championship game this weekend have a '17 recruiting class ranked among the Top-40. Six currently have a class within the top-20: Alabama(1), Clemson(7), Washington(15), Florida(16), Colorado(18) & Penn St(20). Both Big12 title contenders Oklahoma(5) & Oklahoma St (27) also have ranked classes

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida coach Jim McElwain reiterates that Alabama is in fact beatable. "Last time I checked, we're a pretty good football team."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on the pressure to win and keep its playoff spot. "I try to relieve that for these guys. They know it's a big game. They don't live in a cave. Let's stay focused on Clemson."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on the 2011 ACC championship over Virginia Tech: "It was huge. We were in the early stages of developing. That team knocked a wall down. It had been 20 years since we won an ACC championship. They were the road pavers. They laid the path down."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney asked about the experience of playing in the ACC championship game and what it means going into Saturday against Virginia Tech, said his players truly know every play is a championship play.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Love this on the Virginia Tech equipment truck -- the No. 25 that goes to a special teams player of the week in honor of Frank Beamer.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

There are "no weaknesses" in Deshaun Watson's game, Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente said. Fuente's read up on Watson, too, and can tell he's driven based on his academic aspirations.

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Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

No one has stopped Clemson's offense this season, Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente said. The hope is the Hokies can cash in on turnovers and keep the ball away from Clemson with their own offense. The Tigers are 107th in turnovers.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Texas A&M's top-10 recruiting class just got a whole lot better. Anthony Hines III, the No. 65 player in the ESPN 300 and the nation's top-ranked inside linebacker, committed to the Aggies Friday afternoon. Hines selected A&M over Florida, Ohio State, TCU, Penn State and UCLA. The Aggies had long been considered the favorite to land Hines, but anytime you're recruiting against national powers like Ohio State, Penn State and Florida, it's never a sure thing. The pledge is a big boost of momentum for Kevin Sumlin, as other recruits will be excited by Hines' decision

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

The ACC honors Virginia Tech's Justin Fuente as its coach of the year. The Hokies had not won nine games or the Coastal Division since 2011. Now they're a win over No. 3 Clemson away from the Capital One Orange Bowl.