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First, we look at what they're saying about college football's playoff ...
Yahoo! Sports' Dan Wetzel says the BCS is finally dead, but bowls and dollars still reign. Les Carpenter says we shouldn't expect the field to expand beyond four teams.
SI.com's Andy Staples says Tuesday was a historic, overdue day for college football.
The Daily's Dan Wolken thinks the new system shouldn't be confused with a playoff.
The (Newark) Star-Ledgar's Steve Politi says this is a major improvement, but not nearly enough.
The New York Daily News' Dick Weiss thinks smaller schools may be squeezed out.
And for our regular batch of links ...
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport presents a rational take on the Tim Tebow-Notre Dame saga.
The Deseret News' Jeff Call has part three of the paper's BYU-Notre Dame series, this piece focusing on how the Irish view BYU.
Danny Mattingly had his own way of signing with Notre Dame before he can sign his LOI, Tyler James writes in the South Bend Tribune.
BlueandGold.com's Lou Somogyi looks at Notre Dame's best freshmen defensive linemen of the past 40 years.
First, we look at what they're saying about college football's playoff ... Our Gene Wojciechowski says the presidents got this right. Mark Schlabach says questions remain.