College Sports Is It August 31 Yet??

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There are going to be a ton of story lines as we head into the 2013-2014 season. Can the SEC win it’s 4th, I mean 7th, or is it 12th consecutive BCS Championship? Will Johnny Football run all over the competition on his way to another Heisman, or, will he become the next Todd Marinovich??? His off the field shenanigans make you wonder where his head is.

Can ND bounce back from the ‘Bama waxing and hang around the Top 10?

Will the “Hat” finally open up the offense and let “Big Z” throw for 300 yards per game? Does Ohio State crush everyone, go undefeated, and get left out of the BCS Championship game because their pitiful schedule? 

Georgia is loaded, but can they survive an opening schedule of Clem-And-Son, the ‘Ole Ball Coach, and the Hat? Speaking of the ‘Ole Ball Coach, is this the year of the Gamecock? They finally have a schedule conducive to winning it all and Georgia gets the rough schedule. Is this the year that Stanford finally puts it all together and makes their claim to be in the BCS Championship game?

Who is going to win the Heisman? A great list to choose from…..Johnny Manziel, Jadevon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater, Taj Boyd, AJ McCarron. All 5 of these guys could win it and there will be 3-5 more guys have outstanding years to pressure this elite group.

Let’s get to the first of many pre-season rankings. Here is the A To Z Top 25:

  1. Alabama
  2. Stanford
  3. Ohio State
  4. South Carolina
  5. Texas A&M
  6. Oklahoma State
  7. Oregon
  8. Florida
  9. Clemson
  10. Louisville
  11. Notre Dame
  12. Georgia
  13. Boise State
  14. LSU
  15. Oklahoma
  16. Baylor
  17. Texas
  18. UCLA
  19. FSU
  20. Wisconsin
  21. Vanderbilt
  22. Oregon State
  23. Ole Miss
  24. Michigan
  25. Nebraska

Missing perennial Top 25 teams include West Virginia, Michigan State, USC, K State, and Virginia Tech. Hmmm……..

Let’s take a look at some very interesting schedules this year. Alabama should win it all again but seriously, Colorado State, Georgia State, and Chattanooga?? The biggest joke in all of college football has to be the “Luckeyes” schedule. They open with Buffalo, San Diego State, Cal, and Florida A&M. Only 1 significant road game – the last game of the year – at Michigan. They will go undefeated and be screaming for respect and a shot at Alabama. The Talking Heads will jump on their bandwagon and if it happens, The Tide Will Roll 56-14!!! How about this Big 10 schedule. Wisconsin has UMass, Tennessee Tech, and no Michigan. Now you realize why the Big 10 gets no respect around the country. And Brady Hoke says that there is more to college football than the SEC??? Please. How bout them ‘Dawgs? Georgia opens with Clemson, South Carolina, North Texas, and LSU. Survive that opening schedule and you are setting yourself up for something big! Wait….here is another Big 10 powerhouse schedule. Nebraska opens with Wyoming, So. Miss., UCLA, and South Dakota. Anyone want to play the Florida Gators schedule? At Miami, at LSU, at Georgia, and at South Carolina. Hey Ohio State, that’s how you build a national contender, a national powerhouse, and get national recognition! For all you Golden Domer Haters…they only have to play Michigan, Oklahoma, Stanford, and USC. Speaking of Stanford, how about games with UCLA, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, and ND? Texas A&M plays patsies Rice, Sam Houston State, and UTEP with show down games on 9/14 with Alabama and on 11/23 at LSU. LSU only has to play Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Texas A&M. South Carolina has an interesting schedule. They have 3 consecutive road games where they are at Arkansas, at Tennessee, and at Ole Miss. They are also at Georgia and home for the entire month of November.

Where will you be on August 31? I know I will be glued to must see TV – Georgia vs.Clemson, Alabama vs. Virginia Tech, and LSU vs. TCU. Let the games begin!!

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