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College football preview: What to watch for in Week 8

Posted On: Oct 18, 2018   |   Posted By: Yahoo Sports

The eighth week of the college football season has many questions. Journalists/wannabe college football insiders Mark Bergin and Lara Saavedra try to answer some of them. What's your tweet-length reaction to Week 7 of the college football season? Mark Bergin: I feel like a broken record. Alabama

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