2016 Team Previews (in no particular order) TBD #2 - The Bulldogs have all the talent to compete for a National Title this season. As is usually the case in the SEC, they have a brutal schedule ahead. Auburn and Florida are in back to back weeks, and if that were not enough, National Runner-Up Cincinnatti comes in between the hedges in Week 3. All that said, we see the Bulldogs running the table and finding themselves in the BCS Title game #1 - What more can be said of Ohio State that has not been said? If all goes according to plan, the Buckeyes will make thir way to another title game this January. The story will be the 28 game win streak. 13 more wins puts them a half season away from Oklahoma's streak from the 1960s. #13 - The Wolverines look to build upon an 11 win season in 2016. The talent base has been built up with Coach Sabres in charge. However, that talent is young and may be another year away from truly testing the big boys. With QB Trey Clark and MLB Scott Butler leading the charge though, we could see a breakthrough season in Ann Arbor. As always, the Wolverines will be judged by what happens in Columbus... #9 - Miami bounced back last season in a big way, posting an 11-2 record and a huge will over Georgia. Miami will rely on its power running game led by Aaron 'Son of Evan' Stone. We will see what this version of the Canes is made of immediately when Penn State comes to town in week one. Miami also gets Florida State and Auburn at home. We see another 10+ win season for Miami and a New Years bowl game. #8 - Auburn returns all everything QB Alex Bush. With him in control the Tigers will be tough for anyone to stop. Throw in one of the best coaches in the game, and you have a Title contender. We see an SEC West title and a rematch with Georgia in Atlanta with a BCS title birth on the line. #12 - Clemson returns a loaded backfield this season. With wins over Miami and Florida State last season, and an ACC title, the Clemson tigers have arrived. They will be tested early, as they visit Ohio State in week one. This one will go a long way in determining if the Tigers are ready to make the Leap into title contenders. #19 - Another year, another coaching change in Piscataway. THis year's coach has a high flying offense that will put up big bumbers in the Big East. However, can their defense hang with the big boys? That will be the question. Matchups with Cincinnatti and Pitt will determine if the Knights are ready for the limelight. #21 - The Panthers of 2016 will be relying on a Freshman QB to help turn things around this season. At least Tony Nash will be able to find Michael Spicer, ne of America's top wideouts. We see continued progress this season in the Steel City. However, the Panthers may well be a couple of years away from realistically contending. One look at their schedule though tells us that Danthraxx (best name ever) is not afraid of anyone in the country. Watch out for this team in the very near future. #7 - The Nittany Lions look to move on from a dissappointing 2015 campaign. Gone is all everything Isaiah Craft and in steps a tremendously talented backfield by committee. Senior Travis smith will get the call early, however, do not count out the talents of true freshman speedster Dan Finley. Bryant Kelly looks to rebound after losing almost all of last season to injury. If things fall into place, Penn State could realistically make a TON of noise in the big Ten. Could this yet be the season where they knock off the Buckeyes? #3 - Loaded with talent the Seminoles come into 2016 1 season wiser after a mid season coaching change. With talent oozing all over this roster is is hard not to see the Noles making a serious run at the ACC and National title hunts. We see at least 11 wins and a big time bowl in store for Free Shoes University. #6 - Florida welcomes back a familiar face in Head Coach Nautica. Similar to the Seminoles, this roster is loaded with talent. SR quarterback Sean Richards takes over for McDowell and will lead the Gators into SEC contention. We just don't feel like they have the talent to keep up with Georgia and Auburn this season. #11 - America's Team, th Cincinnatti Bearcats do more with less than any team in the country. Gone however, is WR Trevor Ball, but Stud QB David McKeon is still slingin balls around southeastern Ohio and that is always a good thing. Coach JJ maintains that this team may just be better that last year's national runner up in that they will be spreading things around a little more. No longer will teams be able to quadruple team Trevor Ball, they will have to play 'actual' defense. Should the bearcats get by Georgia in Week 3, they may just find themselves back in the Title game.