On College Football's No. 1 Team Losing Two Weeks In A Row

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On College Football's No. 1 Team Losing Two Weeks In A Row

  • "Everybody knows we wouldn't have these issues of teams losing if college football just instituted a playoff."


  • "You'd think they would have changed their ranking after the first loss."


  • "That just has to happen 17 or 18 more times this season and they'll let Boise State be No. 1."


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