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Top 10 Questions for 2010 College Football Season

Sports Illustrated

The landscape for college football in 2010 will be very different from the one in the past decade. The USC dynasty has ended with a thud, taken to the woodshed by the NCAA. Realignment is in the horizon, as the Big Ten is about to have 12 members and the Big 12 just 10. And the issue of unscrupulous agents and their nebulous influence is just scratching the surface.

There are many other topics, on and off the field. With that in mind and the first kickoff just two weeks away, we invited two Sports Illustrated writers – Stewart Mandel and Read Full Article »

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