Wednesday, August 23, 2006

An old crazy thought revisited

from last August...

Heismanpundit asks a seemingly interesting question, "The question is, when will the MSM see the bigger picture, which is how these new trends are going to affect the balance of power in college football?" in regards to the change in offensive styles across the CFB landscape.

Well, I thought it was a bad idea then. And guess what? I still think it's a bad idea. The balance of power in college football? Let's take a peek at last year's final poll results:

1) Texas
2) USC
3) Penn State
4) Ohio State
5t) LSU
5t) West Virginia

Hmmm, not a lot of changing of the guard there when the top 4 teams are all among the 10 greatest programs in college football history.

But let's check out this year's preseason polls shall we?

AP
1) Ohio State
2) Notre Dame
3) Texas
4) Auburn
5) West Virginia

Coaches
1) Ohio State
2) Texas
3) USC
4) Notre Dame
5) Oklahoma


Wow, look at that changing of the guard. This new fangled team from Ohio State is rearranging the college football landscape!


Somebody get back to me when Central Florida is in the BCS title game....

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