College Football Polls 2013: Analyzing Week 13 AP and Coaches Polls

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College Football Polls 2013: Analyzing Week 13 AP and Coaches Polls
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Duke coach David Cutcliffe

Week 12 didn't give us the upset-filled craziness that we've come to expect from November Saturdays, but if you watched football all day long, you had to be satisfied at the bevy of memorable games.

There was the thriller at Auburn, the return of a dormant USC program and, finally, another big win for a Duke program that has been the doorstep of the ACC for so many years.

Elite teams that emerged back in October have, for the most part, played their roles to perfection. But little by little, college football has chipped away at what we think we know, and with several weeks remaining, assuming anything is the worst thing you can do.

With the release of the Week 13 polls (AP and Coaches), it's time to once again break it all down and analyze what the rankings mean as we inch closer to the conclusion of the regular season.

 

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