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A bobbling football? No problem

Lenoir-Rhyne University DB Cliff Barrett intercepted a pass ... while falling down ... while the ball was twirling end over end. Someone check his gloves for duct tape.

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Charlotte explodes for long touchdown

Charlotte officially busted this one open when QB Matt Johnson found Austin Duke for a 63-yard bomb and a touchdown to extend their lead, making it 20-3 before half.

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Georgia State gets on the board with FG

Georgia State's drive came up short, but it did manage to cut into Charlotte's lead and make it 13-3 with just a little time left before half.

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Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

It's football season in Kalamazoo. The Broncos have arrived to Waldo Stadium for their tilt with MSU.

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FAMU band member sentenced in hazing death

Caleb Jackson, a former Florida A&M band member who had been waiting for an official ruling on his punishment, was sentenced to four years in prison. Jackson was sentenced Friday after being postponed twice in the past month. He pleaded no contest to manslaughter and hazing in 2013.

From The Mag: Eric LeGrand still believes

Five years after a hit left him paralyzed, the former Rutgers standout says his lifelong love of football still sustains him: "Football made me who I am. I don't miss practice, I'll tell you that. But playing the game of football -- oh, I'd do anything to go back to it." His daily grind

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Schlabach: A farewell to the offseason

Like lists? How about hilariously awkward headshots? Mark Schlabach recaps the best of the college football offseason, including its best drills and long-snapper tricks. Offseason roundup

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College football stadium oddities

A mascot mausoleum, a rehabbed garbage dump and massive telescope mirrors ... there is strange history lurking around, under and inside some of college football's most hallowed stadiums. Mirror, mirror on the wall

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FBF: Cam Newton dazzles in Auburn debut

On Sept. 4, 2010, the former Auburn QB had his way on the field, throwing for three touchdowns and rushing for two more.

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Charlotte scores first FBS touchdown

The 49ers' defense came up big for the first score of the game, recovering a Georgia State fumble and returning it 43 yards for a touchdown.

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Elijah Holyfield's unique announcement

Evander Holyfield was "The Real Deal" ... and so was his son's verbal commitment to play football at the University of Georgia on Friday. Bring on the puppies

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Watch: Charlotte vs. Georgia State

College football opening night has come and gone, but Charlotte and Georgia State are ready to keep things going in this Friday matinee. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

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Scout's Take: Elijah Holyfield

Holyfield should fit well within a Georgia offensive system that is not afraid to ride running backs -- like Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb, writes Tom Luginbill. Well-rounded (Insider)

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OSU has too much fire power for V-Tech

ESPN's Jason Sehorn and Phil Steele say although Virginia Tech has a talented defense, it won't be able to match Ohio State's offensive fire power.

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Steele: Illini can take down Kent State

College football analyst Phil Steele says coach Tim Beckman's recent firing will help Illinois respond in a big way tonight and get them past Kent State.

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Meyer: QBs will learn who's starting

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer won't tell the rest of the world who his starting QB will be for Monday night's season opener, but Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett will find out Saturday, he said on 97.1 The Fan: "I told them who was ahead. It's so close that both [should] be ready."

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Can MSU make playoff with a loss to OSU?

Mike Greenberg doesn't think the Spartans will make the College Football Playoff if they lose to the Buckeyes in November: "I don't think a one-loss team out of the Big Ten that doesn't get into the conference title game will get in, even if they're one of the four best teams in the country."

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