I wonder what effect the pleading guilty of NCAA infractions will have on Ole Miss's program? I also noticed that one Sport's internet site has already named the November 5th Alabama at LSU game the game of 2016 saying that if somehow both teams make it into that game Undefeated that the game will be so far off the charts and off the scale that calling it the game of the Century could be in order. Other's have felt given Michigan's resurgence that the Michigan-Ohio State rivalary game will be the best of the year but I doubt that.
If the early predictions are right and experts are correct then Tennessee will have the east sewn up on day one. Florida is picked, ahead of the start, to be the team most likely to disappoint. The thought is that the offense will flounder and their miserable bowl performance will continue to follow them into the new year. Their real chance to eliminate all skepticism and show that they are still a top contender will be when they play Tennessee early in the year at Tennessee. For years they've owned Tennessee but now that Tennessee has their, forecasted, best team in years and Florida is coming off a disastrous bowl game performance the chances for a Florida victory is slim to (close to) none.
College coaches on the immediate HOT SEAT will be, Butch Jones if Tennessee doesn't play up to their potential and pre-season hype. Les Miles if LSU is beat by Alabama yet again and especially since the game is in Death Valley at LSU. Death Valley will truly be the case but instead of teams hopes being what's dying it will be Les Miles career. Another coach on the Hot Seat will be Kevin Sumlin if he can't somehow find a winning season with Texas A&M.
Now that schools are out, for the summer it's only going to be a few months before College Football talk starts heating up.