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College football Week 5 TV schedule: Clemson-Louisville highlights a fairly strong week

Before we begin, a tip of The Hat (get it?) to Les Miles, who gave us so much to write about but in the end couldn’t overcome the fact that he seemed to have stagnated in his thinking, especially on offense. But we’ll always have this: And this. And this. So much this. All times […]
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