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  1. Alabama, Ohio State and Georgia obviously lead the way, but which other teams fill out the first College football power rankings of the season?
  2. Ahead of the season, catch up on must-see games, the best players and the biggest storylines the SEC has to offer.
  3. Simon Fraser will move four of its home football games across the border to Blaine, Washington, for the upcoming season due to COVID-19 entry requirements to Canada, the school announced Tuesday.
  4. Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said Oklahoma and Texas "took the money and ran" and "took a lot of history" with them when they left the Big 12 for the SEC.
  5. Ohio State's Evan Pryor, who rushed for 98 yards and a TD on 21 carries as a true freshman, suffered a season-ending knee injury during Monday's practice, sources confirmed to ESPN.
  6. First-year Oklahoma coach Brent Venables told ESPN he is proud of his team's resolve in the wake of longtime assistant Cale Gundy's sudden resignation and how quickly the players have bought into the new staff's vision following Lincoln Riley's departure.
  7. Texas offensive lineman Junior Angilau and wide receiver Isaiah Neyor suffered season-ending injuries in Saturday's scrimmage, per coach Steve Sarkisian.
  8. No. 1 Alabama tops preseason AP Top 25 for ninth time; Ohio State, Georgia, Clemson and Notre Dame round out top five.
  9. Atlanta's Mercedez-Benz Stadium has been selected to host the 2025 College Football Playoff national championship game, while Miami's Hard Rock Stadium will be the site for 2026.
  10. It's hard to fairly compare Alabama's Nick Saban with Army's Jeff Monken. So we ranked the 10 best coaches in four different tiers.
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