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Miami head coach Mark Richt watches his players during spring NCAA college football practice, Tuesday, March 15, 2016, in Coral Gables, Fla. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

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Missouri plays at West Virginia Saturday. Remember 2007, when the two teams came close to meeting for the BCS championship?

Kenny Hill, TCU’s new starting quarterback, is disproving his reputation as a “trouble maker” at Texas A&M.

The last time Florida had an impact player at quarterback, it was some guy who recently had a ballyhooed Major-League Baseball tryout.

Penn State announced it will honor the 50th anniversary of Joe Paterno’s first game and it’s just an indication the school is unable to disconnecting from a troubling part of its history.

Dan Wolken of USA Today writes about a number of topics, including how Miami will try to come back with a cleaner image under coach Mark Richt.

College Football History 101: The story of how USC’s Sam “Bam” Cunningham led the Trojans to a victory at Alabama that helped change discrimination in the Deep South.

When a team is preparing to stop a Heisman Trophy candidate, six months of preparation is far better than six days.

Texas A&M is counting on new offensive coordinator Neil Mazzone to bring consistency and points to the attack.

As LSU’s first new radio voice since 1983, Chris Blair says he’ll have some first-game jitters when the Tigers play Wisconsin Saturday.

Start your Labor Day weekend with stories in the Roundup

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