- David M. Hale, ESPN Staff Writer
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So, how about that premier of “The Bachelor” last night? Riveting.
After a stunning fourth-quarter comeback, the Orlando Sentinel writes that Florida State deserves to be counted among the best teams ever.
It was a rough start to the game, but Jameis Winston was a deserving MVP by the end, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.
There couldn’t have been a better send-off to the BCS era than last night’s game, writes the Miami Herald.
The Boston Herald wonders about what comes next for college football after last night’s BCS finale.
The Roanoke Times looks back at Virginia Tech’s checkered history in BCS bowl games.
Well, this was inevitable, right? Bobby Petrino’s name is back in the news regarding the vacant Louisville job.
Al Golden wants to put the Penn State story to rest and move on with life at Miami, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
The war of words between Dabo Swinney and Steve Spurrier continues, writes Orange and White. Guessing Monday night’s game offered Swinney a new chance to fire back, so here’s hoping for another update on this soon.
NC State flipped a DB recruit from Kansas State, writes Backing the Pack.
Pitt’s Tyler Boyd was one of six ACC players named to the FWAA Freshman All-America team.
Syracuse will get one of its top linemen back for the 2014 season, according to The Post-Standard.
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