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There is no doubt, the 2014 regular season was uncomfortably predictable, all four College Football Playoff teams were in the Associated Press preseason Top Five and the other teams were also on the eye of the experts from day one.
The following are some of the latest predictions for what is coming up in college football:
- Christian Hackenberg might have been the biggest disappointment of the season—at least as far as players, not teams, are concerned. The top-ranked quarterback in the 2013 recruiting class saw his QB rating drop 30 points as a sophomore and his touchdown-to-interception ratio flip from 2:1 to 1:2. He threw eight touchdowns on 434 attempts, including one on 116 attempts in his final four games. But Hackenberg has undeniable talent and should benefit from the month-or-so to clear his mind.
- Furthermore, The SEC East has five bowl teams, four of which are favored. In chronological order, they are:
- South Carolina (vs. Miami)
- Georgia (vs. Louisville)
- Missouri (vs. Minnesota)
- Tennessee (vs. Iowa)
- Florida (vs. East Carolina)
- It is likely we know which SEC East teams will join the Gamecocks in the loser circle, but there’s a good chance two of them do. Experts see Georgia going down against a very good Louisville team or Florida mailing it in against East Carolina.
It’s been a close-but-no-cigar type of season for Melvin Gordon. He finished second behind Marcus Mariota in the Heisman voting. Wisconsin finished second behind Ohio State in the Big Ten. And if he rushes for anything between 232 and 292 yards against Auburn in the Outback Bowl, he’ll finish second behind Barry Sanders (Oklahoma State, 1988) on the all-time single-season rushing list. Wisconsin just lost its head coach and has nothing left to play for sans getting Gordon the record. And Auburn just lost its defensive coordinator from a unit that was already allergic to tackling.
It’s difficult to pick the randomly amazing bowl game of the season since the game is by definition random. But USC-Nebraska has a lot of the tell-tale signs. Ameer Abdullah will play his final college game against a USC run defense that we all watched get torched by Boston College. Javorius “Buck” Allen will counter against a Nebraska run defense that we all watched Melvin Gordon gouge for 408 yards in three quarters.
There will be big plays. There will be turnovers. There will be a first-year head coach and an interim head coach. And most of all, there will be two teams amenable to weirdness. source: NFL
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