What I Loved and Hated in College Football's Regular Season

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What I Loved and Hated in College Football's Regular Season
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Lots of Love for Notre Dame following a brilliant 2012 season

Well, that all went entirely too fast.

Outside of Army-Navy—which you should absolutely watch on Saturday as you tailgate for the Heisman—the 2012 college football regular season is complete. Just like that, we’ve maximized another year of pigskin and the bowl season is upon us.

“But pretty much all these games don’t matter now,” said the gentleman in the back who hates fun, puppies and good times. Don’t be that guy (or gal). Enjoy these games for what they are: free football and wonderful opportunities for degenerate gamblers looking for 35 more opportunities to win it all back.

Before we look ahead at the games on the horizon, however, we must reflect on the season that was.

We’ve celebrated each week in 2012 with a Love/Hate column—a look at the best and worst moments from the previous CFB weekend. It was a video, image and GIF buffet showcasing some of the fabulous moments you might have missed and the not-so-great highlights that are so bad that they're magnificent.

To tie a bow on the finished product, we’re reflecting on the season that was. There’s so much Love and Hate to go around, but only the finest make the final regular-season cut.

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