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Topic - Paul Finebaum
Breaking down The Associated Press college football poll after Week 12 of the regular season.
The University of Alabama fan who poisoned Auburn University's landmark oak trees at Toomer's Corner has been released from jail and cleared to leave the state.
There were some dark days at Notre Dame and Alabama, dark years really, during which two of college football's proudest programs flailed and foundered.
Finebaum said he met with Updyke for about an hour at the jail Sunday morning, a visit he said was cleared by the district attorney, sheriff and county attorney.
"It was not my intent to reveal this conversation," said Finebaum, who begins work for ESPN and the SEC Network later this summer.