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Carpe Annum: Fate and Football

Controlling one's fate. It's cliche' to say that it's an illusion, a dream conjured up by desperate mortals as a means to make sense of a chaotic and cruel universe. Thankfully, we here concern ourselves with college football, an endeavor enamored with cliche', illusion, desperation and cruelty. And so, as championship and bowl season emerge on the horizon, we hear the talking heads speak of the ability of teams, coaches and players to form their own destiny, and grab the brass ring/crystal football/continued employment. Fans are no different, and thus we look now at those who hold at least a tenuous grip on 2010 glory, and college football immortality...


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Jack Fact, like Les Miles, is a beneficiary of embracing fatalism. It is the coping mechanism through which he has maintained sanity while experiencing the horror of Florida's 2010 offense. Go Gators.

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