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Will Taking Cupcakes Off Menu Stir Hunger?

Paul Beaty/AP

Somewhere along the way, they became the heavies. The reason the first month of the college football season has become unwatchable.

Only there’s one little problem with the Big Ten pointing its finger at FCS schools and eliminating them from future schedules: The finger should be pointed inward.

Want to end a boring September in college football? Schedule better non-conference games against BCS opponents.

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