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1. USC Trojans

2. Alabama Crimson Tide

3. Oregon Ducks

4. LSU Tigers

5. Oklahoma Sooners

6. Georgia Bulldogs

7. South Carolina Gamecocks

8. Florida State Seminoles

9. Michigan Wolverines

10. Arkansas Razorbacks

11. West Virginia Mountaineers

12. Clemson Tigers

13. TCU Horned Frogs

14. Wisconsin Badgers

15. Michigan State Spartans

16. Kansas State Wildcats

17. Texas Longhorns

18. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

19. Nebraska Corn Huskers

20. Ohio State Buckeyes

21. Washington Huskies

22. Florida Gators

23. Oklahoma State Cowboys

24. Virginia Tech Hokies

25. Louisville Cardinals

Non-Ranked Sleeper: Virginia Cavaliers

 

July 24, 2012  11:34 AM ET

A very fair assessment, domer, thought I believe my wolves will have a difficult time with you guys on Sept 22nd. The higher ranked teams tend to struggle on the road in this series.

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July 24, 2012  01:42 PM ET

I think Bama will wind up with 3 losses this season. They lost a lot of talent, and while they always have top recruiting classes, I think much like 2010, they will need a year to be championship contenders again. LSU should be better than last season though.

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July 24, 2012  02:09 PM ET

Hmmm. On paper I would mostly concur. However, SC lacks depth to win it all and Alabama and LSU would have to have back to back top finishes in the SEC which is tough even for a couple of the most talented and well coached programs in the country. I think it's Georgia's year with South Carolina the possible sleeper. Also, that's a good place to start Va. Tech, but they'll almost always climb and finish higher under Beamer.

July 24, 2012  02:10 PM ET

Hmmm. On paper I would mostly concur. However, SC lacks depth to win it all and Alabama and LSU would have to have back to back top finishes in the SEC which is tough even for a couple of the most talented and well coached programs in the country. I think it's Georgia's year with South Carolina the possible sleeper. Also, that's a good place to start Va. Tech, but they'll almost always climb and finish higher under Beamer.

July 24, 2012  02:30 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Hmmm. On paper I would mostly concur. However, SC lacks depth to win it all and Alabama and LSU would have to have back to back top finishes in the SEC which is tough even for a couple of the most talented and well coached programs in the country. I think it's Georgia's year with South Carolina the possible sleeper. Also, that's a good place to start Va. Tech, but they'll almost always climb and finish higher under Beamer.

Good point with Virginia Tech. Beamer always seems to pull through for a 9 or 10 win season doesn't he?

 
July 24, 2012  02:33 PM ET
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A very fair assessment, domer, thought I believe my wolves will have a difficult time with you guys on Sept 22nd. The higher ranked teams tend to struggle on the road in this series.

Yes, I think the September 22nd game will be a great game just like last year. Hopefully the Irish finally pull through this year though.

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