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A&M will lose two games next year. Oregon will lose three or two. Stanford will lose one. Alabama will lose two. LSU will lose three. Clemson will lose one. Ohio State wins the National Championship .
We may have lost the battle......but not the war.
WTF? We had the best season in college football!!! National Champs! Where is the respect?
The Outback Bowl showed that Devin Gardner can play quarterback at a high level. Notre Dame is the only defense on Michigan's 2013 schedule that can match the athleticism of the South Carolina defense Gardner faced and nearly beat.
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20130122/way-too-early-2013-top-25/#ixzz2Ilb3QrrA
dont agree with that
The SI ranking and concerns are valid..The inexperience and lack of depth in the defensive front 7 is major concern.
Woody and Archie.................................. Alex being Alex, ....................................and Woody at Dennison
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
I think the SI article is dead on. I think #5 is where I want to be to start the season. Why? Keep OSU coaches and players hungry and feeling "disrespected". In addition, I think SI's take on high or low was very accurate and fair. I think Alabama and Texas A&M are solid and Oregon will be good even though there are haters on here. If anything is overrated, its Stanford, IMO, but they are still top 10.
The Father, The Son... well, it's the
The Holy Trinity... as I see it.
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