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West Virginia and Texas A&M look to pull out of late-season slumps against each other in the Liberty Bowl.
All-ACC defensive end Dadi Nicolas will return to Virginia Tech for his senior year.
Every week of the season, the Eye On College Football's Jerry Hinnen, Chip Patterson and Tom Fornelli compete in a confidence pool.
According to reports, offensive coordinator Dave Christensen will leave Utah to become Texas A&M's running game coordinator.
Gamecocks leading rusher Mike Davis has decided to forgo his senior season at South Carolina and enter the NFL Draft.
In one of the worst bowl games of the season, Rice dominated Fresno State from the get-go as the Hawaii Bowl was over in the first quarter.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh disputed reports that his family has been pushing Jim Harbaugh to take over at Michigan.
Razorbacks leading rusher Jonathan Williams has chosen to remain with the Hogs for one more season.
New coach Jim McElwain hired another former Alabama staffer to his Florida coaching staff, bringing on Doug Nussmeier as offensive coordinator.
Central Michigan scored 34 straight points in the fourth quarter, including an incredible Hail Mary hook and latter touchdown, but lost to WKU by one point.
Oklahoma QB Trevor Knight will return from injury but Clemson will be without Deshaun Watson when the Sooners and Tigers play in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando.
Central Michigan scored what could have been a game-tying touchdown with a wild Hail Mary pass and multiple laterals. CMU's two-point try to win was no good.
TCU's Gary Patterson was voted the Coach of the Year by the Associated Press.
Turnovers and ineptitude by a talented Bears offense couldn't bail out a porous defense for much of the season.
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