What I Loved and Hated in College Football Week 13

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What I Loved and Hated in College Football Week 13
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Notre Dame is undefeated and playing for the national championship.

You haven't entered a time machine, although you might be a little bit confused after seeing quarterback Charlie Batch start in the NFL. This is the year 2012, and college football remains awesome, unpredictable and incredibly odd. A good odd, of course.

Outside of the Irish making a reservation in the VIP section of the BCS Restaurant, rivalry games were in full force. Some of these games were close as usual; others were, well, the Iron Bowl.

These games are the perfect balance of hate and respect, and it's a yearly staple we appreciate. We also need to appreciate every last minute of college football going forward because it'll soon be dormant again. Either that, or every coach in the country will get fired and we won't have a game anymore.

We’re running out of matchups to discuss, but there’s still much to be decided. Before we take a long trip down “How the Hell Did That Go So Fast?” Lane, let’s revisit what I loved and hated in Week 13.

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