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Kurt Roper has guided successful QBs everywhere he's been. Now, he comes to Florida in hopes of making a big difference in Jeff Driskel and the sputtering Florida offense.
Jaime Wilson, the 2012 MAC Freshman of the Year, has a very compelling reason why he is transferring from Western Michigan to FCS Bethune-Cookman.
Fresno State's deal with coach Tim DeRuyter is finalized, and it is 100 percent guaranteed, meaning if DeRuyter, for some reason, is let go, Fresno has to pay him the entirety of the remaining unpaid total salary.
Cameron Fleming committed to a program that had just gone 5-7, but he believed the Stanford coaches when they told him they were on the cusp of something special and about the gifted young QB (Andrew Luck) they were trying to build around.
Former Crimson Tide long snapper Carson Tinker became one of the faces that emerged three years ago after a series of devastating tornadoes swept through the state of Alabama. Tinker, now a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars, shares his story of faith about how he has grown from it all as well as by what impact so many have had on him.
USC has a new coach, but the Trojans, who won 10 games last season, have a lot of reasons to be excited about 2014 and think they should be even better this fall.
SMU coach June Jones has developed a rep as one of football's sharpest offensive minds. He talks about developing talent; scheduling and the Mustangs latest track star-turned-football project.
Texas QB situation got even murkier with Friday's news that starter David Ash would need foot surgery, but that'll have no impact on whether former USC QB Max Wittek transfers to UT, he says.
Former USC Trojan Tim Lavin is pushing the NCAA for reforms and some of those changes may be in the works.
Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee helped led quite a resurgence with the Tigers last season. Now its Year Two for the Gus Malzahn regime. What is the staff hoping to see from QB Nick Marshall and the rest of the Tigers as they move on and play without Heisman finalist Tre Mason.

Bruce Feldman is a senior writer for and college football commentator for CBS Sports Network. He is a New York Times Bestselling author, who has written books including Swing Your Sword, Meat Market and Cane Mutiny. Prior to joining CBS, Feldman spent 17 years at ESPN.
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