Pete Fiutak looks back at Week 1 and previews Week 2 | Paul Finebaum Show

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Pete Fiutak joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss the college football outlook outside of Alabama, Georgia vs. Clemson in Week 1, Iowa vs. Iowa State in Week 2 and more.

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