Hey, didn’t we just finish the college football season. Have there been any college football teams actually practicing or running spring games? I don’t think so. But since we have absolutely no information on rosters or systems or potential candidates, since we’re operating in pretty much a complete vacuum as far as information, let’s throw out some guesses on which teams are going to be the top teams in college football in 2013.
Alabama Crimson Tide – It should come as no surprise that Alabama heads the list of potential candidates to win another BCS National Championship. You may not like Nick Saban but you can’t argue with his ability to win football games and create a killer squad.
Ohio State Buckeyes – Since the Buckeyes went undefeated under Urban Meyer last season they deserve to be considered contenders. Meyer is already talking BCS and he’s already got the guns to make it happen. Good recruiting should make this squad better across the board and there’s room for improvement on defense but hey, undefeated is undefeated.
Texas A&M – The SEC didn’t know what they were in for when A&M hit the schedule. I don’t care what Saban may do but when you’ve got a dynamic quarterback like Johnny Manziel you can beat anybody. A&M is a legit threat to win the SEC while going undefeated. There, I said it.
Florida Gators – Another SEC team that underwent improvement last season and should be running at full steam come 2013. A very strong recruiting class will pay off next season and in the years to come. The Gators are back.
Stanford – I debated long and hard on this one because I just wasn’t impressed by the quality of replacement players coming in for 2013. But I never am and Stanford keeps winning.