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The days are getting shorter, the mornings a bit cooler, and the leaves are turning color. That's right, fall is here and that can mean only one thing: Football season is in full swing. Whether you root for your Alma mater, follow a favorite pro team, or play the spread in fantasy, there is no [...]
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