PRE-SEASON -- The 2016 season brings a new face to the University of Florida, as Mr. Selvy was named the new head coach of the Gators just last week. Selvy went 10-4 last season at the University of Iowa, and was 29-8 overall before making the return to his alma mater. "It's a dream job. I had an incredible time here as a student and when the opportunity came to return home, no one was going to stop me." Selvy inherits a roster that looks like a feast or famine. He'll have a decision to make between senior QB Skyler Morninwheg and up and coming sophomore Roderick Watson. They are two very different style of quarterbacks, so don't rule out a 2 QB system. Senior RB Kelvin Taylor and 4 senior WRs provides plenty of weapons for the offense, if the offensive line can hold up. With true freshman starting at left tackle and left guard, and a sophomore at right tackle, the season may depend on how quickly the rookies can learn. Defensively, the Gators are loaded as usual. Upper classmen fill 10 of the starting 11, and with 5 seniors starting in the front 7, it's going to be tough sledding for any opponent's run game. The only hole may be in the secondary, as once you get past junior CB Scott Howell, true frosh Reggie Walker looks like a lock to take the other starting spot. Should the corners slip though, a pair of potential All-Americans patrol the safety spots in senior Marcus Maye and junior Kenanu Neal. The schedule is expected to be released in the next 24 hours, but as always, the SEC is going to be tough running. Perennial title contenders Texas A&M and Miami have been rumored to be on the schedule, plus the annual matchups with Georgia, South Carolina, LSU, Tennessee, Mizzou, and FSU. No one is going to take it easy on the new guy in the SEC.