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ErocWolverineSenior Writer IApril 24, 2008

It seems like these days you hear a lot in college football press about owning "time-of-possession." I think that a lot of commentators make a little bit too much of a deal about it, but you can tell that teams that consistently have better possession times than their opponents usually have great records. It makes sense to me that you want to let your more conditioned offense tire out the other

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