What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 10

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What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 10
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In one unexpected instant, a game can change. 

Jobs can be saved—at least for the time being. Hearts can be broken. Stadiums can explode, and emotions can shift to the opposite end of the spectrum without much warning. The term “Hail Mary” has never felt more appropriate than it did on Saturday, and the outcome between Nebraska and Northwestern changed in an instant. The resulting reactions are still being processed.

Elsewhere, Florida State proved itself (again) on the biggest stage, cruising in a Top 10 matchup that didn’t quite have that feel to it. With a monster week ahead, however, this was only an appetizer.

Linemen celebrated like children, Braxton Miller did Braxton Miller things, a stadium entrance went all wrong thanks to excessive fog, and the rare double-fumble touchdown was on display.

Before we turn the page to an enormous Week 11, here’s what I loved and hated in Week 10. 

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