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Dirty Dozen: Bama on fire

It was a hot and cold week for the Dirty Dozen with upsets galore.  Top-ranked USC went cold at Oregon State, continuing its trend of losing at least one game a season when it's heavily favored. ...

Dirty Dozen: Three new teams move in

It was another of those "college football four nights in a row" type of weekends, with games Wednesday through Saturday.  Things got off to a rousing start Thursday night as unbeaten Colorado...

Dirty Dozen: Sooners on top

In mostly lopsided set of victories for the top teams in the land, a couple notable teams managed only a scoreboard three-spot: Auburn, Ohio State. In a game I didn't watch, but wish I had, Auburn...

Dirty Dozen: Badgers on the move

It's time for another weekly edition of college football's Dirty Dozen ranking the Top 12 teams in the country. This week, I was able to watch one of the nation's best teams in person, as I went to...

From Charleston to Wheeling, W. Va's reeling

Dirty Dozen, my Top 12 teams in college football after two weeks: 1. Oklahoma (2-0) -- The Sooners doubled-up the Bearcats on their way to an easy victory in Norman.  This was a good victory but...

Dirty Dozen: ECU rises, Ohio State falls

Here we go with my first edition of college football's Dirty Dozen, a weekly ranking of the nation's Top 12 teams.  This past weekend, the number of surprises were few, but one non-BCS team landed...

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