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A mind-boggling Big Ten, QB drama and fake spikes are all we needed in college football Week 11


No, this was not a marquee Saturday in college football. But in a year in which it seemed at times we might not see any college football at all, Week 11 was perhaps the most emblematic of this wild lap around the sun we call 2020. Just think about all that Saturday provided. Arizona played its first game of the season, just 15 days shy of a full year since it ended last season. (ESPN.com)

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A mind-boggling Big Ten, QB drama and fake spikes are all we needed in college football Week 11


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