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Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott believes it's unfair to expect coaches to vote objectively in a poll that helps determine college football's national champion. Scott, in an interview on 710 ESPN Los Angeles, defended USC coach Lane Kiffin's decision to withdraw from the coaches' poll and said it's a "fallacy" to expect coaches to vote objectively or carve time out of their own game preparations to properly select the Top 25. Should the coaches' poll be part of the formula that determines the sport's No. 1 team?

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