Is Alabama vs. FSU inevitable?

Suddenly, the college football landscape looks a lot less rocky. Gone (presumably) from the national-title discussion are the Oregon Ducks -- they of the No. 2 BCS ranking a week ago -- thanks to a deceptively close 26-20 loss to the fifth-ranked Stanford Cardinal on Thursday night. Cemented (presumably) are No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Florida State. Then again, Baylor is unbeaten and made a statement. Ohio State also is undefeated and unlikely to be tested much. And in college football, you never know.

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  • How surprised are you about Stanford's 26-20 win over Oregon on Thursday night?

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  • What do you make of Stanford effectively dominating Oregon in a 26-20 win?

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  • Four AQ teams remain unbeaten. How many will finish the pre-bowl season with no losses?

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