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    The 2016 College Football Killer of Dreams Thread

    Your NCAA Bracket is already busted. BUT HOPE ENSUES>

    Every team is in the running for the NCAA College Football Champion title right now. They are all undefeated!

    ESPN has released their "WAY TO EARLY" College Football predictions for the 2106 NCAAF season. Here they are my friends:

    1. Clemson Tigers
    2. Alabama Crimson Tide
    3. Baylor Bears
    4. Michigan Wolverines
    5. Oklahoma Sooners
    6. Florida State Seminoles
    7. Louisiana State Tigers
    8. Stanford Cardinal
    9. Notre Dame Irish
    10. Houston Cougars
    11. Tennessee Volunteers
    12. Ohio State buckeyes
    13. Mississippi Rebels
    14. Michigan State Spartans
    15. Southern California Trojans
    16. Iowa Hawkeyes
    17. North Carolina Tarheels
    18. Oregon Ducks
    19. Texas Christian Horned Frogs
    20. Washington State Cougars
    21. UCLA Bruins
    22. Oklahoma State Cowboys
    23. Georgia Dawgs
    24. Louisville Cardinals
    25. Washington Huskies
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    Your NCAA Bracket is already busted. BUT HOPE ENSUES>

    Every team is in the running for the NCAA College Football Champion title right now. They are all undefeated!

    ESPN has released their "WAY TO EARLY" College Football predictions for the 2106 NCAAF season. Here they are my friends:

    1. Clemson Tigers
    2. Alabama Crimson Tide
    3. Baylor Bears
    4. Michigan Wolverines
    5. Oklahoma Sooners
    6. Florida State Seminoles
    7. Louisiana State Tigers
    8. Stanford Cardinal
    9. Notre Dame Irish
    10. Houston Cougars
    11. Tennessee Volunteers
    12. Ohio State buckeyes
    13. Mississippi Rebels
    14. Michigan State Spartans
    15. Southern California Trojans
    16. Iowa Hawkeyes
    17. North Carolina Tarheels
    18. Oregon Ducks
    19. Texas Christian Horned Frogs
    20. Washington State Cougars
    21. UCLA Bruins
    22. Oklahoma State Cowboys
    23. Georgia Dawgs
    24. Louisville Cardinals
    25. Washington Huskies
    Wow, they really ARE prognosticators ...
    Batter up!

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    WHY is Alabama not #1?? Come on, now, people!

    (OK, the Clemson team is good too, I suppose...)

    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    ...ESPN has released their "WAY TO EARLY" College Football predictions for the 2106 NCAAF season. ...
    Wow, it does seem early for ESPN to predict 90 years in advance. We can only assume Alabama will be on top at that point.
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    Quote Originally posted by RandomPlanner View post


    Wow, it does seem early for ESPN to predict 90 years in advance. .
    Yep that dyslexia kicked in.
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    Quote Originally posted by RandomPlanner View post
    Wow, it does seem early for ESPN to predict 90 years in advance. We can only assume Alabama will be on top at that point.
    As long as they can keep Zombie Saban under contract...
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    Saban's not for everyone...but he gets things done, doesn't he?
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    Your NCAA Bracket is already busted. BUT HOPE ENSUES>

    Every team is in the running for the NCAA College Football Champion title right now. They are all undefeated!

    ESPN has released their "WAY TO EARLY" College Football predictions for the 2106 NCAAF season. Here they are my friends:

    1. Clemson Tigers
    2. Alabama Crimson Tide
    3. Baylor Bears
    4. Michigan Wolverines
    5. Oklahoma Sooners
    6. Florida State Seminoles
    7. Louisiana State Tigers
    8. Stanford Cardinal
    9. Notre Dame Irish
    10. Houston Cougars
    11. Tennessee Volunteers
    12. Ohio State buckeyes
    13. Mississippi Rebels
    14. Michigan State Spartans
    15. Southern California Trojans
    16. Iowa Hawkeyes
    17. North Carolina Tarheels
    18. Oregon Ducks
    19. Texas Christian Horned Frogs
    20. Washington State Cougars
    21. UCLA Bruins
    22. Oklahoma State Cowboys
    23. Georgia Dawgs
    24. Louisville Cardinals
    25. Washington Huskies
    Back in March, Mark Schlabach gave us the WAY TO EARLY ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOP 25 (see above). Now here it is in June and he has given us an update, but it's still way too early...

    Alabama
    Clemson
    Michigan
    Florida State
    Oklahoma
    LSU
    Stanford
    Notre Dame
    tosu
    Tennessee
    USC
    Georgia
    Ole Miss
    Oklahoma State
    Michigan State
    Washington
    Houston
    UNC
    Oregon
    TCU
    Texas A&M
    UCLA
    Iowa
    Miami
    Louisville


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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    Back in March, Mark Schlabach gave us the WAY TO EARLY ESPN COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOP 25 (see above). Now here it is in June and he has given us an update, but it's still way too early...

    Alabama
    Clemson
    Michigan
    Florida State
    Oklahoma
    LSU
    Stanford
    Notre Dame
    tosu
    ......
    Ohio State is still over ranked.
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    Quote Originally posted by michaelskis View post
    Ohio State is still over ranked.
    Because they had one of the best draft classes ever, or because they have lost 4 games in 4 years?

    If Tennessee, Clemson, and FSU are ranked where they are, Ohio State is pretty fairly ranked. They will end up losing a couple games and be around 12.

    Michigan is WAY overranked Mainly because they suck and Jim Harbaugh is silly. But other than that....
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    Quote Originally posted by Hink View post
    Because they had one of the best draft classes ever, or because they have lost 4 games in 4 years?

    If Tennessee, Clemson, and FSU are ranked where they are, Ohio State is pretty fairly ranked. They will end up losing a couple games and be around 12.

    Michigan is WAY overranked Mainly because they suck and Jim Harbaugh is silly. But other than that....
    I agree Michigan is not a top 5 at this point.. top 10 maybe, but not top 5.
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    Who the hell are the Houston Cougars? Are they available? I'm into Cougars with money.

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