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The upcoming college football season promises to be one of the most memorable in history as it builds toward the first playoff for the national championship. The playoff comes at a time when college football’s stature continues to soar, fueled by landmark media rights deals and a rabid fan base. Before the opening kickoff, we’ll outline what to expect in the season ahead and show why this could be one for the record books.
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