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3 September 2016: Alabama Crimson Tide cornerback Minkah Fitzpatrick (#29) celebrates after breaking up a pass during the Advocare Classic college football game between the USC Trojans and Alabama Crimson Tide at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Alabama won the game 52-6. (Photo by Matthew Visinsky/Icon Sportswire)
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Credit Dennis Dodd of CBSSports.com for this exclusive interview with Nebraska’s Michael Rose-Ivey who talks about the negative reaction he and two teammates received for their national anthem protest.

Continuing in a semi-political vein, you probably know that Ken Bone and his red sweater became an overnight star after Sunday’s presidential debate. Well, the Ken Bone who coached basketball at Portland State and Washington State suddenly finds himself soaking up some reflected fame.

Alabama sophomore Minkah Fitzpatrick is the thinking man’s defensive back.

Even with 78-0 losses in football, Rutgers is benefitting from its membership in the Big Ten Conference.

USC coach Clay Helton is preaching patience while Trojans fans impatiently wait for the football program to return to the glory days.

Washington is ranked No. 5 and undefeated halfway through its schedule so coach Chris Petersen just wants the Huskies to keep rolling.

A deep dive into the numbers to explain why Michigan State is struggling.

Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel writes about taking part in last week’s mock College Football Playoff selection process.

First-year coach Justin Fuente has spiced up Virginia Tech’s offense while veteran defensive coordinator Bud Foster has the defense playing at a high level.

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