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There is a corny saying that college football coaches like to use that goes something like this: "They remember what you did in November."
Second-ranked Gonzaga's game at BYU on Thursday suddenly has national significance.
With No. 1 Indiana losing to Minnesota on Tuesday, the Zags might reach the top of the AP basketball poll Monday if they can beat BYU on Thursday and Portland on Saturday.
Now is when things really start to get interesting for the little school that always seems to play so big.
Michigan is undefeated and rolling along behind quarterback Denard Robinson. The Wolverines have a much better defense, too.
Michigan's miraculous comeback against Notre Dame will go down as one of the most memorable games in college football history.
The Indianapolis Colts will be missing three defensive starters Sunday against Oakland.
The Colts never expected this November to be easy, not with road games against the Eagles and Patriots and a visit from the Chargers.
Peyton Manning is capable of doing almost anything on the football field.