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Bowl Championship Series

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  • This time, Wichita State has the major target on its back

    This time, Wichita State has the major target on its back
    It takes years to climb the mid-major success ladder and minutes for it to be pulled out from under you.
  • Pete Carroll's redemption arc is complete

    Pete Carroll's redemption arc is complete
    A highlight of the Super Bowl celebration, on a large platform amid a cheering crowd and a rain of confetti, was a past Trojan hero bringing the championship trophy to another past Trojan hero. Presumably, at that moment, there was an outbreak of...

    Miami Hurricanes should be insulted by the odds against them

    Miami Hurricanes should be insulted by the odds against them
    It is not a shock to open a paper to find Florida State listed as a 22-point favorite. The Seminoles (7-0) are No. 3 in the Bowl Championship Series standings and have defeated their last three opponents by a combined score of 163-31. Florida State is...

    Alabama, Oregon control their BCS fate the best

    Alabama, Oregon control their BCS fate the best
    November has always been "argument month" so what are we waiting for? Alabama's best non-league win came against an unranked Virginia Tech team coming off losses to unranked Duke and Boston College. The Crimson Tide also scheduled Colorado State,...

    A South'easter roars over college football

    A South'easter roars over college football
    Saturday is the reason they play the regular season all the way to the end. Just when you think you know everything, you know nothing. Kansas State was No. 1 in the Bowl Championship Series standings but now it's not. Oregon was No. 2 but now it's...