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Tuesday, August 8th 2006

Saw'em Off

Stewart Mandel (I’ve always liked him) explains why eight college football national title pretenders will not/cannot win it all in the upcoming year. #1 on the list? The University of Texas.

Texas: The defending national champions arguably have the most returning talent of anyone in the country, but no team in the past 20 years has won a national championship with a freshman starting quarterback (which the Longhorns will have in either Colt McCoy or Jevan Snead).

What have I been saying? Meanwhile USC is a real contender.

I love college football.

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