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Here's the thing about the plucky, upstart schools clambering up the ladder of college football's...

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Here's the thing about the plucky, upstart schools clambering up the ladder of college football's highest echelon: Their time has come. That is, it's time to peel back their fingers and let them fall. The nation's poorer programs need to drop down because they drain money from their schools, keep bigger programs from reforming rules and often limp along academically—all while having no real shot at winning it all.

Enough Already With the Little Guy in College Football The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman calls on the NCAA to do the same thing they did back in the late 1970s: separate the big guys from the small guys and let its horses run.
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