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Unscheduled Look at NCAA Football Schedules

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It is unofficially college football season. I know this because the preview magazines are out, and that gives us all license to start wishing our way through the summer toward Aug. 29 – opening night of the 2013 season.

To help get us from here to there, it’s time for my second annual 40 observations on schedules from coast to coast, from have to have-not, from soft to suicidal.

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