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  2. Penn State
  3. Texas
  4. Oklahoma
  5. Florida
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  7. Georgia
  8. LSU
  9. BYU
  10. Missouri
  11. Ohio State
  12. Oklahoma State
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  17. North Carolina
  18. Miami
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Slow blogging week

I've been working on some of the site's other functions, namely adding some links here or there, having to fix one section that hasn't appeared yet and took a long time.  I'm around, just investing my time in less visible CFR pursuits.

I'm excited for this weekend.  I've been on the road for the last few so it's nice to sit down at home and go nuts with the GamePlan and other extras.  It's that time of the year where we begin to have a grasp on all the teams, what they do, how well they do it, how good their schedule compares to preseason projections, and so much more.

We're also not too far from championship weekend on the final week of the season, then the Heisman ceremony, then a brief layoff before a crazy sweep of bowl games (I love bowls!) dominate mid to late December and early January.  It's really too bad the college football season is so short.  I like baseball, but I'd gladly trade the sports' season lengths.  Baseball could use about 80 less games, and college could use a good 3-4 more.

But anyway. 

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