USA today's Myerberg's CFB ranks kicks off with #125:GSU

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Don't wanna read through 17 pages of posts, so forgive me if a repeat, but where do you think GT will end up? I say 38-32.
 

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ouch, I didn't expect Pitt in the 80s
First, it is likely a lot to do with losing that really good running back (didn't he transfer?).

Also, isn't this like the first time in 3 or 4 years that their coach in the upcoming year is the same as the previous year?
 

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Don't wanna read through 17 pages of posts, so forgive me if a repeat, but where do you think GT will end up? I say 38-32.
Thread is only 5 pages long. Noob. :wink:

I think we'll be somewhere around #50, which side of it depending on whether he sees the new DC + QB as a good thing or a bad thing.
 

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Arkansas was at 83

"— Who is No. 82? This team scored 280 fewer points in 2012 than in 2011."

I was going to guess Houston, but they scored 301 fewer points in 2012 than in 2011 (which doesn't make 280 false, so who knows)
 

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GAME(S) TO WATCH

Auburn: One of these two teams is going to finish last in the SEC West. Winner take all, sort of.
With both Mississippi and Mississippi State in the west, this is also a pretty crazy prediction.
 

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With both Mississippi and Mississippi State in the west, this is also a pretty crazy prediction.
Bro didn't you hear about Ole Miss and their recruiting class?

Top 25 team based on that alone
 

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Next one was So Miss, followed by

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...lege-football-countdown-2013-preview/2444567/

Syracuse. Ouch. This bit kind of ticked me off:

Tidbit: Syracuse joins the ACC and moves right to the front of the line – in career victories, at least. The Orange enter 2013 with 699 victories, the most of any team in its new league. But Virginia Tech (697 wins) and Clemson (696) are nipping at the Orange's heels, followed by Pittsburgh (684), Clemson (669), North Carolina (652), Virginia (632), Boston College (631), Maryland (618), N.C. State (561), Miami (537), Florida State (485), Duke (463) and Wake Forest (425).
Not only did he screw that up in a couple of places, he omitted us (697 wins) entirely. B1G expansion rumor time?
 

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