Brando, Tim
November 2005
Sporting News;11/25/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 47, p46
The article presents information on college football. Tulane coach Chris Scelfo is struggling and homeless and now he has to worry about other programs poaching the few really good players he has. Coaches with weak remaining schedules obviously feel they must run up the score to maintain their spot in the human polls. The SEC won't produce a national champion, but it still is the best conference in the U.S.


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