Found October 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
College football is by far one of the most unpredictable sports at any level of play, so why is it people already think they know who the national champion will be just six weeks into the 2012 season? 2011 was one of the craziest roller coaster rides in the history of the BCS rankings. Upsets dominated the headlines and after most of the contenders had been wiped off the board only two teams remained: LSU and Alabama. Bama, who had been beaten in a field goal war on their home turf by LSU earlier last year, got sweet revenge dominating...
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