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Colin Cowherd explains why NFL should eliminate overtime in the regular season

FOX Sports Thursday, 18 May 2017
Colin Cowherd explains why NFL should eliminate overtime in the regular seasonInstead of shortening overtime, Colin Cowherd wants to scrap it in the regular-season to make games more exciting.
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