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A look at how college football news was played on front pages of selected Sunday newspapers with the exception of our leadoff paper, the sports front of the Lexington Herald Leader. Click an image for an enlarged view:
Posted at 09:41 AM in Newspapers | Permalink
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Apparently The Tuscaloosa News prefers alliteration to common sense. Most other days the metaphor "Bama Buries Bulldogs" would play well in the hometown newspaper, but the editors could (should) have gone another route with the story running above a front-page obit.
September 28, 2008 at 09:18 PM
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