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  • Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks

    Teddy Greenstein's Big Ten football picks
    Thank you, Gov. Chris Christie. By lifting the ban on sports wagering at New Jersey casinos and racetracks, you have made this column a must-read for the fine folks of your state.
  • Viewers' guide to college football

    Viewers' guide to college football
    MORNING Boise State (1-1) at Connecticut (1-1) 9 a.m., ESPN2 Had things worked out as planned — but do they ever? — this would have been a major league Big East game between schools that have played in the Fiesta Bowl since 2005. Boise...

    West Coast offenses, and defenses, in college football spotlight

    Michigan and Notre Dame won't play again after Saturday until maybe ever, but let's get to the important games. Yes, it says something about a dying-ember rivalry that it could finish a distant third on a slim list of must-see marquee games. The big-...

    College football's opening weekend raises eyebrows

    College football's opening weekend raises eyebrows
    Getting a line on opening weekend was not easy. Selection committee members, as you read this, are rearranging all the postseason Post-it notes on their refrigerators. Texas A&M moved up near the freezer compartment, replacing down-by-carrots-now...

    Pat Haden in wrong place at wrong time at USC-Stanford game

     Pat Haden in wrong place at wrong time at USC-Stanford game
    A blue-ribbon committee convened early Sunday to choose the weekend's low-light playoff team. The 13-member panel was fictional, formulated in a columnist's post-Oregon drive back to the hotel, but included so many upstanding citizens its credibility...