Crimson Tide, Red Raiders can prevent annual BCS anxiety
College football fans who looked at unbeaten, third-ranked Penn State and saw flashbacks of the past two BCS National Championship Games can rest easy. Two months to the day before No. 1 will play No. 2, the Big Ten's last hope to play for the crystal football came up one play short at Iowa.
History and the law of averages both dictate that every contender for the national championship will play one game looking like a groom walking down the aisle with toilet paper stuck to his shoe. ...
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