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Kansas City-bound: Penn State vs. Nebraska, Stanford vs. Florida

If you’re going to Kansas City, don’t be looking for upstarts. Kevin Hambly is the baby coach of the group, in just his ninth year after eight seasons at Illinois. But he is at the helm of defending-champion Stanford, which dismantled Texas. After the remarkable comeback against USC, you have the Gators and Mary Wise, […] The post Kansas City-bound: Penn State vs. Nebraska, Stanford vs.
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