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USATODAY - College Football Top Stories
Wake Forest QB Sam Hartman out indefinitely due to 'non-football-related' medical condition
Wake Forest will be without starting QB Sam Hartman indefinitely due to a "non-football-related" medical condition, the school announced Wednesday.       
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Cale Gundy's mistake is the unpardonable sin, but should it be? | Opinion
The high stakes of recruiting in college football means Oklahoma assistant Cale Gundy had to leave, but we have to find a way towards reconciliation.       
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The 10 best non-conference games for the upcoming college football schedule
Every college football season features some intriguing games between schools in different leagues. A breakdown of the 10 best non-conference games.       
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Bob Stoops on Cale Gundy's resignation from Oklahoma football: 'It kills me'
Former OU coach Bob Stoops said in a radio interview that he was "torn apart" by Cale Gundy's exit, but he reiterated his trust in Brent Venables.       
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Big Ten says deal for football media rights deal not yet finalized
The Big Ten Conference's media rights deal has not been finalized and will continue meetings with different media partners.       
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'Live in the moment': Rock legend Jon Bon Jovi gives Notre Dame football a pep talk
Rock star Jon Bon Jovi, a Notre Dame super fan and proud father of a former Irish football walk-on, gave a motivational talk to Marcus Freeman's team.      
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These five teams will start the season outside the Top 25, but they won't be there long
Preseason polls are great for conversation. The final poll is what really matters. A look at five teams that missed out now but will be there later.      
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Ranked No. 1 again, Alabama's Nick Saban doesn't seem to be slowing down at 70 | Opinion
Even in the most optimistic scenario when he took the Alabama job all those years ago, nobody would have expected Nick Saban to still be fighting.       
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