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  • 1. Clemson
  • 2. Alabama
  • 3. USC
  • 4. Washington
  • 5. Oklahoma
  • 6. Ohio State
  • 7. Penn State
  • 8. Florida State
  • 9. Wisconsin
  • 10. Michigan
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Clemson
  • 2. Alabama
  • 3. Oklahoma
  • 4. Washington
  • 5. USC
  • 6. Ohio State
  • 7. Penn State
  • 8. Florida State
  • 9. Wisconsin
  • 10. Michigan

Twin brothers Armanti, D'Onta Foreman on comeback trail

Caption Close Texans running back D'Onta Foreman is diligently rehabbing from a torn Achilles tendon suffered last season. His identical twin brother, former University of Texas wide receiver Armanti Foreman, is also on the comeback trail. Armanti Foreman was with the Minnesota Vikings under contract

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Pitt reportedly poaches Mississippi State staffer to be new director of recruiting

Could we have the start of a budding rivalry between Pitt and Mississippi State? No, but the two programs did see one poach a staffer from the other. A source told FootballScoop that Mississippi State assistant director of football operations Reed Case has taken the director of recruiting position at

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Recruit who reportedly didn't have offer still commits to Virginia, Hoos pick up actual pledge from Danish recruit instead

Ahh 'crootin. The lifeblood of every college football program, recruiting can sometimes give us some awkward moments and it appears we have another courtesy of Virginia. Let us first bring up this tweet from Philadelphia (Pa.) Imhotep Class of 2019 wide receiver Anthony Gordon, who seemingly committed

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Inside two game-changing rules for college football

COLLEGE STATION – With two sophomore starters returning at quarterback for Texas A&M in Nick Starkel and Kellen Mond, chances are freshman James Foster will redshirt this season. Under new NCAA legislation, that also means Foster could play in up to four games – a respite at the position the Aggies certainly

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