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A Holiday Feast of Rivalry Games

Los Angeles Times

By my count, this weekend there are seven rivalry games involving teams at or near the top of the college football rankings.

Let’s take a look at each one in order of how much impact it’s likely to have on this crazy season – and how hot each rivalry burns.

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