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CFB Preseason Power Rankings (Last Updated: 08/27)
1. Clemson Tigers: Nothing happened in the spring to push the Tigers out of the top spot. Let's recap: Nick Saban needed to execute a perfect onside kick in the fourth quarter to tilt the national title game his way. The Tigers still scored 40 and are right there in 2016. Despite the loss of Kevin Dodd and Shaq Lawson on defense, the backups got plenty of snaps. Oh yeah, there's this guy named Deshaun Watson. The Tigers will be a prohibitive favorite to win ACC -- they have the nation's longest Power Five conference winning streak (nine games). From there, a CFP redo is more than possible.
2. Alabama Crimson Tide: Amazingly, only two underclassmen left along with the Heisman Trophy winner and the quarterback. Yes, there are holes but Saban's track record should be based on more than faith. The coach has no problem going deep into the season without naming a quarterback starter.
3. LSU Tigers What a strange balance. Les Miles' job will be up for review again. His team might have the most NFL-ready talent in the nation. But just like at this time last year, the Tigers' success is predicated on quarterback Brandon Harris becoming a better thrower. We know that. He knows that. Leonard Fournette is a given in his final season. Eighteen other returning starters return and the Alabama is at home.
4. Oklahoma Sooners: While the Big 12 debates expansion, the football on the field is pretty good. OU should be a repeat CFP participant. In his final season, Baker Mayfield has both tailbacks and depth at receiver. In the wide-open Big 12, effective linebackers will have to be found.
5. Michigan Wolverines: Jim Harbaugh has talked the talk. Now he has to walk the walk. After one season in Ann Arbor, he is 0-2 against his two biggest rivals (Michigan State, Ohio State). Both those games are on the road this season. The Wolverines look like they can win in both places and challenge for the playoff.

MLB Power Rankings (Last Updated: 08/24)
1. Cubs (82-45): Addison Russell now has 19 homers and 82 RBI and has settled into the five-hole in the powerful Cubs' offense. He's silky smooth at short, too. So maybe he didn't deserve to start the All-Star Game -- he definitely didn't -- but he's a pretty damn good 22-year-old player. The Cubs lead the majors with an ERA of 2.89 from their starting pitchers, which is significantly better than that of the second-place Washington Nationals at 3.49. However, the Cubs' bullpen ranks 13th in baseball with an ERA of 3.71. With Hector Rondon and Pedro Strop hurting, the bullpen is the one Achilles' heel of this team leading up to the postseason.
2. Indians (73-54): The Tribe keep rolling along, generously helped by rookie Tyler Naquin. His walk-off sacrifice fly on Thursday lifted the Indians over the White Sox for a series win. He topped that Friday with a walk-off, inside-the-park home run to beat the Blue Jays. What an amazing series that was against the Blue Jays, when the Indians took two of three. All one-run affairs with late-inning drama. Playoff preview? Perhaps. Would be a great series.
3. Red Sox (71-57): The hottest team outside Kansas City, the Red Sox have won 10 of their last 12. I strongly considered the number two spot for this bunch. The Red Sox's offense leads the majors with 5.51 runs scored per game, far ahead of MLB's second-ranked team (Rockies, at 5.28 R/G) and the second-best in the AL (Indians, at 5.07 R/G). Mookie Betts leads the majors in runs (98) and total bases (291).
4. Blue Jays (72-56): Russell Martin was having a miserable season at the plate for a bit. It almost bled into June, even. Through May 24, he was hitting .172/.243/.180 with one double and zero home runs in 136 plate appearances. Yikes. He's run that up to .249/.345/.413 with 14 doubles and 14 home runs. He even hit cleanup and was the DH on Tuesday night. Quite the rebound. Kevin Pillar (thumb) is expected to return from the disabled list when eligible on Tuesday. Walks have plagued Francisco Liriano this season (5.5 per nine innings as a Pirate), but he has kept them somewhat in check as a Blue Jay, as he has yielded six in 17 2/3 innings.
5. Nationals (75-53): Anthony Rendon was awful during the first quarter of the season, but since mid-May, he has been hitting .296/.380/.516, including .338/.408/.569 in August. Manager Dusty Baker likes Trea Turner and Jayson Werth at the top of the order, but considering Werth is hitting .210/.310/.360 against right-handers, it makes sense to move Rendon up to the No. 2 spot, at least against RHP.

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