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ESPN Too Early Top 25
http://espn.go.com/college-football/stor...rly-top-25

Quote:10. Clemson Tigers

If quarterback Deshaun Watson comes back strong from a knee injury, the Tigers are going to be really hard to stop, even after former offensive coordinator Chad Morris left to become SMU's head coach. Watson is going to be surrounded by a deep receiver corps, including Artavis Scott and Mike Williams. Clemson's schedule also sets up well, with home games against Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and FSU.

Quote:15. Florida State Seminoles

Few teams have recruited and reloaded better than Florida State the past few seasons, but coach Jimbo Fisher might be staring at a rebuilding job in 2015. Quarterback Jameis Winston left early for the NFL draft, along with defensive linemen Eddie Goldman and Mario Edwards and several other playmakers. Sean Maguire looks to be FSU's new quarterback, and he'll need help from tailback Dalvin Cook and receivers Jesus Wilson and Travis Rudolph.

Quote:18. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Who said coach Paul Johnson's triple-option spread offense had run its course at Georgia Tech? The Yellow Jackets went 11-3 in 2014, upsetting Georgia and then Mississippi State in the Capital One Orange Bowl. Sophomore quarterback Justin Thomas is a tailor-made fit for the offense, passing for 1,719 yards with 18 touchdowns and running for a team-high 1,086 yards with eight scores in 2014. The only problem: Nearly everyone else who touched the ball last season is gone, including the top two receivers and four of the top five running backs.

Quote:25. Louisville Cardinals

After going 9-4 in its first season in the ACC, the Cardinals are looking for a quick fix in Year 2. Coach Bobby Petrino brought in a bunch of transfers to shore up his receiver corps and defense. Former TCU star Devonte Fields could provide a better pass rush, and Georgia transfers Josh Harvey-Clemons and Shaq Wiggins should help shore up the secondary. Ja'Quay Williams (Texas A&M) and Jamari Staples (UAB) might help restock a depleted receiver corps.
05-04-2015 05:38 PM
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RE: ESPN Too Early Top 25
(05-04-2015 05:38 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  http://espn.go.com/college-football/stor...rly-top-25

Quote:10. Clemson Tigers

If quarterback Deshaun Watson comes back strong from a knee injury, the Tigers are going to be really hard to stop, even after former offensive coordinator Chad Morris left to become SMU's head coach. Watson is going to be surrounded by a deep receiver corps, including Artavis Scott and Mike Williams. Clemson's schedule also sets up well, with home games against Notre Dame, Georgia Tech and FSU.

Quote:15. Florida State Seminoles

Few teams have recruited and reloaded better than Florida State the past few seasons, but coach Jimbo Fisher might be staring at a rebuilding job in 2015. Quarterback Jameis Winston left early for the NFL draft, along with defensive linemen Eddie Goldman and Mario Edwards and several other playmakers. Sean Maguire looks to be FSU's new quarterback, and he'll need help from tailback Dalvin Cook and receivers Jesus Wilson and Travis Rudolph.

Quote:18. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Who said coach Paul Johnson's triple-option spread offense had run its course at Georgia Tech? The Yellow Jackets went 11-3 in 2014, upsetting Georgia and then Mississippi State in the Capital One Orange Bowl. Sophomore quarterback Justin Thomas is a tailor-made fit for the offense, passing for 1,719 yards with 18 touchdowns and running for a team-high 1,086 yards with eight scores in 2014. The only problem: Nearly everyone else who touched the ball last season is gone, including the top two receivers and four of the top five running backs.

Quote:25. Louisville Cardinals

After going 9-4 in its first season in the ACC, the Cardinals are looking for a quick fix in Year 2. Coach Bobby Petrino brought in a bunch of transfers to shore up his receiver corps and defense. Former TCU star Devonte Fields could provide a better pass rush, and Georgia transfers Josh Harvey-Clemons and Shaq Wiggins should help shore up the secondary. Ja'Quay Williams (Texas A&M) and Jamari Staples (UAB) might help restock a depleted receiver corps.

Once again the Power is in the Atlantic Division...but really if we are keeping Divisions would much rather as a Louisville Person stay in the Atlantic...love playing FSU & Clemson every year.
05-04-2015 08:59 PM
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RE: ESPN Too Early Top 25
Someone needs to punch Swofford in the head if the divisions stay as-is.
05-05-2015 03:14 PM
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RE: ESPN Too Early Top 25
(05-05-2015 03:14 PM)Marge Schott Wrote:  Someone needs to punch Swofford in the head if the divisions stay as-is.

Do we have to wait?


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05-05-2015 04:39 PM
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We need more ranked teams, and we need a ranked team. Clemson needs to run the table, and someone in the Coastal needs to find a pulse, preferably GT.
05-05-2015 05:15 PM
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