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College football's winners and losers leading with the Pac-12's playoff hopes going poof

USATODAY.com Sunday, 14 October 2018
College football's winners and losers leading with the Pac-12's playoff hopes going poofThe Pac-12 Conference sees its path to the College Football Playoff trimmed by one team and tops this week's winners and losers.
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News video: The 13 schools that still have a legit shot to make the College Football Playoff

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College football fans are wondering which teams will make it to the College Football Playoff. Business Insider reports that so far Notre Dame and Michigan are the big winners. While Penn State, Wisconsin, Miami, Colorado, and Washington have all lost their chance. Still, fans wonder who the...

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