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The first official 2014 preseason college football poll has arrived, and coaches haven't exactly shocked with their choice of No. 1: Florida State, which won last season's national title and returns reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston. Do you think the Seminoles should be on top? Or is Alabama, Oklahoma, Oregon or someone else your choice? Click on the logos below to set your rankings!

2014 College Football Top 25

Florida State

Florida State

Preseason ranking: 1

Alabama

Alabama

Preseason ranking: 2

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Preseason ranking: 3

Oregon

Oregon

Preseason ranking: 4

Auburn

Auburn

Preseason ranking: 5

Ohio State

Ohio State

Preseason ranking: 6

UCLA

UCLA

Preseason ranking: 7

Michigan State

Michigan State

Preseason ranking: 8

South Carolina

South Carolina

Preseason ranking: 9

Baylor

Baylor

Preseason ranking: 10

Stanford

Stanford

Preseason ranking: 11

Georgia

Georgia

Preseason ranking: 12

LSU

LSU

Preseason ranking: 13

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

Preseason ranking: 14

USC

USC

Preseason ranking: 15

Clemson

Clemson

Preseason ranking: 16

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Preseason ranking: 17

Arizona State

Arizona State

Preseason ranking: 18

Ole Miss

Ole Miss

Preseason ranking: 19

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

Preseason ranking: 20

Kansas State

Kansas State

Preseason ranking: 21

Nebraska

Nebraska

Preseason ranking: 22

North Carolina

North Carolina

Preseason ranking: 23

Texas

Texas

Preseason ranking: 24

Washington

Washington

Preseason ranking: 25

Missouri

Missouri

Preseason ranking: NR

Florida

Florida

Preseason ranking: NR

UCF

UCF

Preseason ranking: NR

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

Preseason ranking: NR

Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State

Preseason ranking: NR

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Floyd Mayweather remains No. 1 in ESPN's pound-for-pound boxing rankings, while Juan Manuel Marquez jumped Timothy Bradley Jr. for the No. 4 spot. How do they stack up to you? Click on the images below to set your list!

Boxing's pound-for-pound best

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Record: 46-0, 26 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 1

Andre Ward

Andre Ward

Record: 27-0, 14 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 2

Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao

Record: 56-5-2, 38 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 3

Juan Manuel Marquez

Juan Manuel Marquez

Record: 56-7-1, 40 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 4

Timothy Bradley Jr.

Timothy Bradley Jr.

Record: 31-1, 12 KOs
Rank: 4

Guillermo Rigondeaux

Guillermo Rigondeaux

Record: 13-0, 8 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 6

Gennady Golovkin

Gennady Golovkin

Record: 29-0, 26 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 7

Wladimir Klitschko

Wladimir Klitschko

Record: 61-3, 51 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 8

Miguel Cotto

Miguel Cotto

Record: 39-4, 32 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 9

Mikey Garcia

Mikey Garcia

Record: 34-0, 28 KOs
Expert Panel Rank: 10

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The 2014 World Cup Brazil is over, and boy were there some screamers scored during the tournament. One of the best, appropriately, won the trophy for Germany. Was Mario Gotze's winner the best of the event? Or was it bettered by someone else's goal?

More: Thoughts on 2014 World Cup?

Best Goals of World Cup

Tim Cahill

For Australia, vs. Netherlands

Giovani dos Santos

For Mexico, vs. Netherlands

Mario Gotze

For Germany, vs. Argentina

Gonzalo Higuain

For Argentina, vs. Belgium

Jermaine Jones

For United States, vs. Portugal

David Luiz

For Brazil, vs. Chile

Lionel Messi

For Argentina, vs. Iran

Lionel Messi

For Argentina, vs. Nigeria

James Rodriguez

For Colombia, vs. Uruguay

Andre Schurrle

For Germany, vs. Brazil

Xherdan Shaqiri

For Switzerland, vs. Honduras

Wesley Sneijder

For Netherlands, vs. Mexico

Robin van Persie

For Netherlands, vs. Spain

David Villa

For Spain, vs. Australia

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The lineups for the 2014 Home Run Derby have been set, with National League captain Troy Tulowitzki picking Todd Frazier, Yasiel Puig, NL home run leader Giancarlo Stanton and Rockies teammate Justin Morneau, while AL caption Jose Bautista selected defending derby champion Yoenis Cespedes, Josh Donaldson, Adam Jones and, in somewhat of a surprise move, second baseman Brian Dozier of the hometown Minnesota Twins. How would you rank these eight sluggers? Set your list below!

More: Your thoughts on All-Star Game rosters?

HR Derby Participants

Jose Bautista

Jose Bautista

Blue Jays
17 HR

Yoenis Cespedes

Yoenis Cespedes

Athletics
14 HR

Josh Donaldson

Josh Donaldson

Athletics
20 HR

Brian Dozier

Brian Dozier

Twins
16 HR

Todd Frazier

Todd Frazier

Reds
17 HR

Adam Jones

Adam Jones

Orioles
16 HR

Justin Morneau

Justin Morneau

Rockies
13 HR

Yasiel Puig

Yasiel Puig

Dodgers
12 HR

Giancarlo Stanton

Giancarlo Stanton

Marlins
21 HR

Troy Tulowitzki

Troy Tulowitzki

Rockies
20 HR

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Jon Jones kept his top spot in the ESPN MMA pound-for-pound rankings with a resounding win over Glover Teixeira at UFC 172. He's followed by Jose Aldo, Demetrious Johnson, Chris Weidman, and Cain Velasquez, with Renan Barao dropping out of our top 10 after a loss to T.J. Dillashaw at UFC 173. Do you agree with the entire list? Click the photos below to submit your rankings.

Pound-for-pound MMA fighters

Jon Jones

Jon Jones

Light heavyweight
20-1-0
P4P ranking: 1

Jose Aldo

Jose Aldo

Featherweight
24-1-0
P4P ranking: 2

Demetrious Johnson

Demetrious Johnson

Flyweight
20-2-1
P4P ranking: 3

Chris Weidman

Chris Weidman

Middleweight
12-0-0
P4P ranking: 4

Cain Velasquez

Cain Velasquez

Heavyweight
13-1-0
P4P ranking: 5

Anthony Pettis

Anthony Pettis

Lightweight
17-2-0
P4P ranking: 6

Johny Hendricks

Johny Hendricks

Lightweight
16-2-0
P4P ranking: 7

Chad Mendes

Chad Mendes

Featherweight
16-1-0
P4P ranking: 8

Anderson Silva

Anderson Silva

Middleweight
33-6-0
P4P ranking: 9

Alexander Gustafsson

Alexander Gustafsson

Light heavyweight
16-2-0
P4P ranking: 10

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