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THIS WEEK IN SCHADENFREUDE, it’s Playoff conspiracy theory time!

Georgia and Ohio State ended Selection Sunday with their noses pressed up against the plexiglass of the Playoff. Let’s check in with some of their fans online. Welcome back to THIS WEEK IN SCHADENFREUDE, your weekly bicycle ride through the rockiest mountains of the college football internet.

Alabama Congressional Candidate Says State Has Purged Thousands Of Voters

Mallory Hagan, the Democratic nominee for Congress in Alabama's 3rd District, stood on the historic Tuskegee Courthouse steps on Thursday and announced that she had made a troubling finding: Over 55,000 voters were either disqualified or labeled "inactive" since February 2017 in her district. Statewide, the number could be in

Whose win projections changed the most after just 2 weeks?

The tops of the totem poles haven’t changed that much two weeks into 2018. But the middles have changed significantly. I tweaked this year’s S&P+ rankings to be more sensitive to early results. I did this primarily because weeks 3-6 are typically when S&P+ has a harder time

I called Andrew Gillum for an interview. What I got was an education.

At the beginning of 2017, I called Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum to talk about an organization he had started to fight back against state governments preempting the actions of cities and counties. I got more out of that prolonged phone call than an interview. I got an education. During that call Mayor Gillum and

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