The playoffs may be played without Alabama or Clemson for the first time

Forty names, games, teams, and little things that make headlines in college football (where the Houston Cougars defense needs a talk from Houston basketball coach Kelvin Sampson, whose team only dropped 77 or more points twice last season):

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The kings are dead… Long live the king

It appears that for the first time in the nine-season college football playoff era, we’re going to be able to host one with neither Germany (1) still Klemson (2). They have been the two dominant brands of the last eight years of the CFP: the Crimson Tide has made the bracket seven times and won three national titles; the Tigers have done it six times and won it all twice. Now, after both being upset on Saturday, they’re looking inside from the outside and need a lot of help to change their circumstances.


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