For the past few years we've done our bold predictions list, and it's that time again.
Hopefully, at least a few of these will come true.
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Tom Herman won't be the only coveted young coach on the job market
Western Kentucky's Jeff Brohm and Temple's Matt Rhule will be the hottest non-Power 5 head coaches not named Tom Herman this winter.
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Kingsbury's proteges will shine
Kliff Kingsbury will have four proteges he coached in college all rank in the Top 10 in the nation in total offense: Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes, Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield, Cal's Davis Webb and SMU's Matt Davis.
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Dalvin Cook will be the best RB in college football
There are a bunch of great running backs in college football this year -- Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Elijah Hood -- but it'll be FSU's Dalvin Cook who leads the nation in rushing.
Duke QB Daniel Jones will flourish under David Cutliffe
David Cutcliffe will develop another QB who flashes onto the NFL radar in redshirt freshman Daniel Jones, a former walk-on pressed into action this season after starter Thomas Sirk aggravated the left Achilles tendon injury he sustained last winter. The 6-foot-5 Jones, something of a late bloomer, has generated tons of good buzz inside the Blue Devils program for, among other things, his accuracy and work ethic. He has some there, including Cutcliffe, thinking that he has first-round potential.
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The most prolific offense will come from the state of Texas
A program in the state of Texas will have the most prolific offense in all of college football -- Sam Houston State, led by two guys from the northeast, K.C. Keeler and his OC Phil Longo, and their QB Jeremiah Briscoe, who came from UAB.
Brown and Shoop will impress in their new gigs
A couple of old UMass guys, Michigan's Don Brown and Tennessee's Bob Shoop, will emerge as the hottest coordinator hires of 2016.
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Stanford will get shut out of the playoff, again
Washington will beat Oregon for the first time since 2003, but Stanford will once again win the Pac-12. And, for the second consecutive year, the Pac-12 -- the Conference of Champions -- will get shut out of the playoff. My four Playoff teams: Clemson, LSU, Oklahoma and Michigan.
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Tennessee will turn the tables on Florida, finally
Tennessee will beat Florida for the first time since 2004 and win the SEC East.
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The Big Ten will have a new champ
Michigan will win at Ohio State for the first time since 2000 and win the Big Ten.
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Deshaun Watson will lead Clemson to the promised land
Deshaun Watson will win the Heisman and lead Clemson to the national title. He's bulked up 15 pounds, which should help him handle the physical pounding of running the ball as the Tigers lean on him much more in the ground game against tougher competition. He also gets back his best WR in Mike Williams (think a bigger version of DeAndre Hopkins), after the 6-foot-4, 220-pounder missed almost all of 2015 with a neck injury.