Chris Dufresne

Sportswriter, Los Angeles Times

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A few college bowl games already have been played, but the Big ones, including the  Rose  and  Fiesta  Bowls tomorrow and the  BCS Championship  on January 10, are yet to come.

BCS Controversy Is Backdrop to College Football Championship

A few college bowl games already have been played, but the Big ones, including the Rose and Fiesta Bowls tomorrow and the BCS Championship on January 10, are yet to come.

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This year's  Rose Bowl  decided the championship of college football.

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This year's Rose Bowl decided the championship of college football.

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