USA today is smoking dope

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USA today is smoking dope

the college football rankings came out today and the USA today rankings have California ranked 19th and Oregon ranked 25th. WTF? Both teams are 3-1. Oregon just beat Cal 42-3 yesterday. Oregon's 1 loss is to the current number 5 team in the nation on the road. How in the world can anyone defend Cal being ranked ahead of Oregon? 42-3!!!!

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yea you are right. that is

yea you are right. that is pretty dumb haha

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