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Teams, players arrive at fork in the road

Originally Published: August 9, 2010
By Ivan Maisel | ESPN.com

College football is a transitional sport by nature. Every year, one-quarter of a team's roster turns over. If the team doesn't progress, the coaching staff turns over. That's because insufficient success makes the fans' stomachs turn over.

That's in a normal year -- and 2010 has been anything but normal. The 2010 season begins with an unusually high number of teams, coaches and players moving into position to go in any number of directions. Some programs, after years of toil ...

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