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Ten Takeaways From College Football’s Week Two

  1. Joe Burrow is a legit Heisman contender
  2. Maryland and North Carolina are going to give Michigan and Clemson scares coming soon
  3. Wisconsin looks great, but let’s wait until they beat *somebody* before freaking out
  4. Virginia is clearly the best team in their state
  5. Florida State is the second-worst team in their division
  6. Charlie Strong’s seat may be the hottest in the country
  7. West Virginia is probably the worst team in the Big 12 outside of Kansas
  8. Jeremy Pruitt might not make it out of year two
  9. Even with a true freshman backup QB, USC has a legit case to be the Pac-12 favorite
  10. We are already down to just six national title contenders

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