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Shane Buechele or Sam Ehlinger Texas QB dilemma continues

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers Texas A&M and the SEC. Joined ESPN in 2012. Graduate of the University of Houston. Follow on Twitter When coach Tom Herman arrived at Texas, he did so with a reputation for being a stellar tutor of quarterbacks. The performance of Herman's previous pupils -- from the Ohio State trio of Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones to Houston's Greg Ward Jr. -- earned him that distinction. And since arriving in Austin, he has had two young quarterbacks from which to choose, something he's still in the process of more than three games into the season. There is no clear answer right now for a question many in Austin have: Shane Buechele or Sam Ehlinger?

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Rocky Top youll always be losing most uniquely

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com 2-time Sports Emmy winner 2010, 2014 NMPA Writer of the Year Follow on Twitter The Bottom 10 inspirational thought of the week: "The confidence comes because you prepare, and then you have something good that happens to you, and then you feel good about it, and then you prepare better because you feel good about it, and then something else good happens to you, and then you feel better about yourself, so you prepare harder, and then more good things happen. And it just keeps spiraling. Something other than that would be just false, fake confidence that might be OK in pregame, but once the ball turns over, it won't

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The Numerical What’s wrong with Michigan’s offense

Despite extreme youth, Michigan is 3-0, having handed Florida, Cincinnati, and Air Force each their only losses, each by at least 16 points. So it should be immediately noted: things could be much worse. If you've actually watched Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines, however, you've noticed some significant issues. Thanks in part to preseason projections, UM still ranks a decent 49th in Off. S&P+, but the raw numbers are scary: 108th in success rate (98th rushing, 99th passing, 114th on standard downs), 118th in points per scoring opportunity. Big plays from running back Ty Isaac (7.1 yards per carry) and young receivers Tarik Black (13.6 yards per catch) and Kekoa Crawford (17.2) are propping the Wolverines

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McCray checked out Northwestern

Chicago (Ill.) Phillips junior safety prospect Fabian McCray (6-foot-2, 180 pounds) and the Wildcats are off to a great start in 2017. McCray was also able to make a game day visit last Saturday to Northwestern and talks about his impressions from Evanston here. "I was able to go visit Northwestern and watch the game on Saturday against Bowling Green," McCray said.

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