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Take that, Notre Dame.

Of course, eveyone was losing yesterday.



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Notre Dame loses and Nebraska loses and Middlebury wins - can college football get any better than that ????



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Of course, it was Boston College and we all know the backstory there.



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This post may come back to haunt me, but I really think that Atlanta misunderstood how much of the San Diego RB position should be attributed to the line and FB there. I like Turner, but I don't like this move.
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