Staples: College football's morality contest doesn't square with reality

College football won't have an on-field playoff until 2014, but the Moral Superiority playoffs have been a staple of every offseason in the internet age. Across the nation, fan bases and sportswriters debate which teams have the finest collection of human beings and pass judgment on the coaches who don't recruit rosters full of blocking, tackling Mother Teresas. (Sports Illustrated)

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