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SCOUTING REPORTS

Aug. 19, 2013
Aug. 19, 2013

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Aug. 19, 2013

GOLF PLUS
  • JASON DUFNER BROKE THROUGH WITH A REDEMPTIVE TRIUMPH AT THE PGA, JOINING AN INCREASINGLY LONG LIST OF FIRST-TIME CHAMPIONS OF GOLF'S BIG FOUR EVENTS. BUT IF WINNING A MAJOR IS SUPPOSED TO BE CAREER-CHANGING, WHY HAS IT BECOME SO HARD TO BACK UP A VICTORY WITH A SECOND?

LEADING OFF
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW

SCOUTING REPORTS

SI's TOP 25

This is an article from the Aug. 19, 2013 issue

1. ALABAMA

2. STANFORD

3. TEXAS A&M

4. OSU

5. OREGON

6. SOUTH CAROLINA

7. LOUISVILLE

8. NOTRE DAME

9. FLORIDA

10. CLEMSON

11. TEXAS

12. GEORGIA

13. FLORIDA STATE

14. LSU

15. MICHIGAN STATE

16. TCU

17. BAYLOR

18. MICHIGAN

19. OKLAHOMA

20. BOISE STATE

21. UCLA

22. NORTHWESTERN

23. VANDERBILT

24. NORTHERN ILLINOIS

25. VIRGINIA TECH

IF THIS GUY DOESN'T PLAY

THE AGGIES GO HERE

Explaining The Numbers

The Projected Stats for each team are made by taking the play counts from 2012, adjusting the outlook for 2013 and then applying the distribution of those plays to 2013 personnel. The Power Ratings are a loose mix of percentile calculations and academic grading (A to F, 100 to 60 scale).

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PHOTOPhotograph by JOHN DAVID MERCER/US PRESSWIREIf Manziel is ruled ineligible before the season, the Aggies will drop to No. 15.