Might as well get this started. Oh hey, Clemson and Alabama are by far the two best teams. Again. Oklahoma wont miss a beat on offense, with it's potentially third different Heisman winning QB in as many years. I guess there will be drama to see who will be the 4th team in the playoff.
In other news, Miami just named a freshman as week 1 starter, beating out the incumbent and a highly rated transfer from OSU. New year, new coach, same Miami.
8/12/2019 12:47:37 PM
very good poster
Oklahoma will be really really good. I’m not so sure Hurts will be Kyler Murray 2.0 though. But yeah, they’ve got a good shot at the playoff. The PAC 12 doesn’t have a playoff team. The Big 10 probably won’t...Michigan is good but not elite, I don’t see Ohio State being a playoff team this year but they are still pretty loaded. Both those teams feel like 10-2 type teams that probably get left out.
Seems like the obvious story lines are:
Maybe UGa gets the SEC 2 teams in the playoff?
Will Gus Malzahn get back on track at Auburn or is he cooked?
Is the Nebraska hype for real?
Is Texas actually back?
How soon does USC fire Clay Helton?
How far away from being “back” is FSU and if they have another bad year is Taggert done?
[Edited on August 12, 2019 at 1:30 PM. Reason : A]
8/12/2019 1:25:28 PM