Oregon QB Justin Herbert returning was reason for the Ducks to celebrate. The news wasn't as good for teams like Penn State and Georgia.
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The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.
- Alabama's Hurts visits Terps, Canes, Sooners
- Auburn DT Brown coming back for senior season
- Auburn CB Dean declares for NFL draft
- Auburn scores 56 in first half to set bowl record
Crimson Tide QB Jalen Hurts, who is eligible to play elsewhere next season as a graduate transfer, visited the Terrapins on Friday and the Sooners and Hurricanes this weekend.
Lincoln Riley has produced back-to-back Heisman winners. Now he gets a crack at Spencer Rattler, the top freshman QB recruit in the country.
Clemson is the new king, but Alabama will be back, along with Georgia, Ohio State and Notre Dame, while a couple of teams from Texas elbow their way into the top 10.
Defensive tackle Derrick Brown announced on Instagram that he'll return to Auburn for his senior season instead of entering the NFL draft.
Iowa held on to defeat Mississippi State, and Kentucky capped its best year since 1977 with a win over Penn State.
Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean, who had 30 tackles and two interceptions this season, said he's skipping his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
Auburn scored eight touchdowns in the first half against Purdue in the Music City Bowl to set a record for most points scored in any half of a bowl game.
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