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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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