Is Lamar Jackson the most underappreciated returning Heisman winner ever?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Lamar Jackson’s Heisman Trophy is back home in South Florida. Somewhere. “Unmarked location,” the Louisville quarterback said with a chuckle, sitting in a meeting room in the Cardinals’ football facility last week.

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College football’s 25 Most Intriguing Coaches of 2017

A decade removed from one of the most memorable rants in college football history, Gundy has improbably become the face of the transitioning Big 12 conference and might have his best team in 13 seasons on the job in Stillwater. At one time Kelly appeared on his way to becoming the next great coach of the Fighting Irish, starting down the national title path walked by Rockne, Leahy, Parseghian, Devine and Holtz.

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Paul Finebaum implies there’s more to the story on Hugh Freeze firing

Hugh Freeze is no longer the Ole Miss head coach, an era that ended in a fiery explosion famously started by a 1-minute phone call to a Tampa escort service. But that isn’t the whole reason Freeze is no longer the Rebels’ head coach. “I really don’t believe that the firing of Hugh Freeze had very much to do with one misdialed phone call to an escort service,” Finebaum said on WJOX’s Opening Drive Monday. “If you had the whole truth, it had less to do with that and more to do with something else.” Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork implied as much himself at the time of Freeze’s firing last month.

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College football’s 25 Most Intriguing Coaches of 2017

A decade removed from one of the most memorable rants in college football history, Gundy has improbably become the face of the transitioning Big 12 conference and might have his best team in 13 seasons on the job in Stillwater. At one time Kelly appeared on his way to becoming the next great coach of the Fighting Irish, starting down the national title path walked by Rockne, Leahy, Parseghian, Devine and Holtz.

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Arkansas RB Whaley expects to shine in No. 1 role

Devwah Whaley expected to see plenty of early playing time at Arkansas when he signed with the school last year. Whaley enters this season as the unquestioned top backfield option for the Razorbacks, coming off a freshman year in which the 5-foot-11, 216-pound speedster rushed for 602 yards in part-time action.

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