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  1. 01:48

    Drive Through: One-On-One With Prescott

    Adam Rittenberg sits down with Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott to discuss his success this season and his thoughts on facing Georgia Tech in the Capitol One Orange Bowl.

    December 16, 2014
  2. 01:03

    Best Of The One-Loss Teams

    ESPN college football reporter Adam Rittenberg breaks down which one-loss college football team is the best of the lot.

    October 21, 2014
  3. 01:07

    Future Of Michigan-Michigan State Rivalry

    The Spartans have won five of their last six against the Wolverines. ESPN college football reporter Adam Rittenberg forecasts what the near future of the rivalry holds.

    October 21, 2014
  4. 00:49

    Leipold Fastest To 100 Wins

    ESPN college football reporter Adam Rittenberg discusses Wisconsin-Whitewater coach Lance Leipold, who has reached 100 wins faster than any coach in NCAA history.

    October 18, 2014
  5. 01:26

    Pac-12 Coaches With The Most To Prove

    With several Pac-12 coaches in the third year of their tenure, Adam Rittenberg takes a look at which ones still have the most to prove.

    September 23, 2014
  6. 01:26

    Maryland DE Jefferson Out For Season

    ESPN college football reporter Adam Rittenberg breaks down the impact of Maryland defensive end Quinton Jefferson's season-ending knee surgery on the team.

    September 21, 2014
  7. 01:49

    Meyer Depressed At Florida

    Adam Rittenberg discusses Urban Meyer's comments about being depressed while coaching at Florida in 2009.

    September 20, 2014
  8. 01:42

    Moving Day For Maryland And Rutgers

    It's moving day for Maryland and Rutgers. Adam Rittenberg takes a look at how -- and why -- the two schools are making a move to the Big Ten.

    July 01, 2014
  9. 01:46

    Delany Signed Through 2018

    Adam Rittenberg discusses Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany's contract extension, which happened in 2011 and wasn't announced publicly.

    June 11, 2013