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USC is winning the national championship next year. We're loaded. I told you before the season OBF that we would lose 3 or 4 games and that Oregon's chance to win the Pac-10 was this year. Now Oregon, Cal, and Notre Dame come to SC rather than us going to play them, although we still have some rough road trips like Stanford and Arizona.
Kinda meaningless until all the Juniors declare.#1 Bama, don't see that. I think they'll lose too many D studs to NFL$$$ But if McElroy plays consistently like he did vs Florida, they could be in the hunt.#2 BSU???#3 Oregon, '10 could be their best shot at a title.UF at #4? Too high. New DC, will lose at least 4 starters off D and probably G, C, plus Srs Cooper, Hernandez, and Tebow. Brantley may actually be a better passer but "to who??" ........has USF at home, Bama on the Road!!! I expect 10-2 maybe 10-3#6 TCU, bound to lose some key players, seems too high.#10 Miami, too low. Very young in '09 @Ohio St. @Pitt I think they could go 11-1 if injuries don't plague them.#13 USC too low. they'll be a top 10 maybe top 5 team. Very young, very few losses to NFL.
WVU should be higher than 19.
Yea, but we have been getting REALLY good recruits, I have high expections.
We're going to have a real good year next season.
Bama is too high. They'll probably be ranked #1 based solely on (most likely)winning the title game, but they lose a lot of players, most importantly McClain.
Quote from: chazmoney3 on December 25, 2009, 10:19:13 AMYea, but we have been getting REALLY good recruits, I have high expections.so has ucla and Washington for years...Im not saying WVU wont be top 19 or that they should be higher, but basing your hope on some unknowns is pretty unknown.