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ATLANTA (AP) — As Georgia Tech reported for the start of fall practice, there was one big question: Who will replace three-year starting quarterback Justin Thomas? Matthew Jordan believes he's up to the task, but he's got three and possibly four challengers for the No. 1 job.

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson started summer camp almost seven months after winning a national title. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney is excited about the group, but vows they won't spend their time reliving past success. Swinney said it's a new team with the same dream as last year's group. Whether Clemson achieves that depends on how well newcomers fill in for last year's offensive stars, especially at quarterback where junior Kelly Bryant is taking over for All-American Deshaun Watson.

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