The SEC, ACC, Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 are kicking off a long five months of College Football Playoff posturing. Here are the go-to statements for each.
There will be four playoff teams, and there are five power conferences. Without a conference title game (and its strength-of-schedule bump), the Big 12 begins this new era at a disadvantage.
The Big 12 media has submitted its preseason poll for the Big 12, and the favorite to win is Oklahoma.
The Bronko Nagurski Trophy is awarded to the defensive player of the year.
Reese Dismukes, Hroniss Grasu and BJ Finney headline the watch list for the Rimington Award, given to the best center in the country.
From Michigan State-Oklahoma to FSU-Stanford and Alabama-Oregon, there are at least 10 great first-time matchups the College Football Playoff can provide
West Virginia AD Oliver Luck and Kansas State AD John Currie have told ESPN there's no interest in expanding the Big 12 beyond its current 10 teams.
Nobody is wimpier than the mighty SEC when it comes to scheduling.
The early season college football television schedule is nearing completion as the Big 12 and Pac-12 announced more kickoff times.
Former Kansas State quarterback-turned-wide receiver Daniel Sams has transferred to McNeese State.

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