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On a Wednesday SiriusXM NBA Radio appearance, Phoenix Suns guard and former Kentucky Wildcat Eric Bledsoe said his school -- fresh off a 72-40 dismantling of the fifth-ranked Kansas Jayhawks -- would beat the 0-11 Philadelphia 76ers in a seven-game series.

"I'm definitely taking Kentucky," Bledsoe said when presented with the scenario. "I think Philly would probably get maybe one game."

Bold statement. Philadelphia indeed is terrible and Kentucky appears to be great. But would a cast of current NBA players really lose to future ones?

(Side note worth mentioning: The Suns play at Philadelphia on Friday.)

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Alabama is the new No. 1 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Mississippi State, meanwhile, fell to No. 4. Do you agree with the committee? Click on the logos below to set your rankings!

2014 College Football Top 25

Alabama

Alabama

CFB Playoff ranking: 1

Oregon

Oregon

CFB Playoff ranking: 2

Florida State

Florida State

CFB Playoff ranking: 3

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

CFB Playoff ranking: 4

TCU

TCU

CFB Playoff ranking: 5

Ohio State

Ohio State

CFB Playoff ranking: 6

Baylor

Baylor

CFB Playoff ranking: 7

Mississippi

Mississippi

CFB Playoff ranking: 8

UCLA

UCLA

CFB Playoff ranking: 9

Georgia

Georgia

CFB Playoff ranking: 10

Michigan State

Michigan State

CFB Playoff ranking: 11

Kansas State

Kansas State

CFB Playoff ranking: 12

Arizona State

Arizona State

CFB Playoff ranking: 13

Auburn

Auburn

CFB Playoff ranking: 14

Arizona

Arizona

CFB Playoff ranking: 15

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

CFB Playoff ranking: 16

Utah

Utah

CFB Playoff ranking: 17

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

CFB Playoff ranking: 18

USC

USC

CFB Playoff ranking: 19

Missouri

Missouri

CFB Playoff ranking: 20

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

CFB Playoff ranking: 21

Clemson

Clemson

CFB Playoff ranking: 22

Nebraska

Nebraska

CFB Playoff ranking: 23

Louisville

Louisville

CFB Playoff ranking: 24

Minnesota

Minnesota

CFB Playoff ranking: 25

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Breaking news: J.J. Watt did amazing things (touchdown reception, fumble recovery) in the Houston Texans' 23-7 win at the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

What will J.J. Watt do next? We asked ...

... and you answered. Here are some of our fans' best responses. (Note Watt's surprising affiliation with the Dark Side of the Force.)

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We have major movement inside the latest College Football Playoff top four, with Oregon leaping over Florida State for the No. 2 spot and TCU getting into the mix -- ahead of Alabama -- after Auburn's loss. What would your top 25 look like? Click on the logos below to set your rankings.

2014 College Football Top 25

Mississippi State

Mississippi State

CFB Playoff ranking: 1

Oregon

Oregon

CFB Playoff ranking: 2

Florida State

Florida State

CFB Playoff ranking: 3

TCU

TCU

CFB Playoff ranking: 4

Alabama

Alabama

CFB Playoff ranking: 5

Arizona State

Arizona State

CFB Playoff ranking: 6

Baylor

Baylor

CFB Playoff ranking: 7

Ohio State

Ohio State

CFB Playoff ranking: 8

Auburn

Auburn

CFB Playoff ranking: 9

Mississippi

Mississippi

CFB Playoff ranking: 10

UCLA

UCLA

CFB Playoff ranking: 11

Michigan State

Michigan State

CFB Playoff ranking: 12

Kansas State

Kansas State

CFB Playoff ranking: 13

Arizona

Arizona

CFB Playoff ranking: 14

Georgia

Georgia

CFB Playoff ranking: 15

Nebraska

Nebraska

CFB Playoff ranking: 16

LSU

LSU

CFB Playoff ranking: 17

Notre Dame

Notre Dame

CFB Playoff ranking: 18

Clemson

Clemson

CFB Playoff ranking: 19

Wisconsin

Wisconsin

CFB Playoff ranking: 20

Duke

Duke

CFB Playoff ranking: 21

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech

CFB Playoff ranking: 22

Utah

Utah

CFB Playoff ranking: 23

Texas A&M

Texas A&M

CFB Playoff ranking: 24

Minnesota

Minnesota

CFB Playoff ranking: 25

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