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David Street University of Florida '18

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Born and raised in Tampa. Junior at UF. Always ready to provide you with the best sports analysis that I can.

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Wow. I completely forgot about this. Well, here are my answers.

Barrett should start.

Moving Miller to WR is a great move.

Al Golden’s seat is the hottest.

Trevone Boykin has the best shot. But I don’t think he’s going to win it. Watson is my pick.

Tennessee will have a breakout season. I’m predicting a 10-3 season for them.

Jeremy Johnson will have a breakout season.

Florida will bounce back. If McElwain can make the offense even just above average, it should be enough for the team to win at least nine games. The defense is among the best in the country so there’s no concern there.

Missouri will finish the season unranked. Like Sean said, they lost a lot on defense and I’m not sure that I trust Mauk to carry a team.

I think Florida finishes the season ranked around 15-20.

The best game to watch this season is the Iron Bowl. It is always a classic.

The most exiting player will be Deshaun Watson.

The SEC is not as strong as it has been before, but it is still the strongest conference in the nation.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Pat Narduzzi has the most success with his new team.

Ohio State will have the most explosive offense. So many weapons.

Alabama will have the most lockdown defense. That front seven is stacked.

I believe the Big-12 gets left out again. Not having a conference championship will hurt.

The Big Ten definitely has a chance to get two teams in. Ohio State and Michigan State are two of the best teams in the country.

Auburn, Clemson, Michigan State, and USC will be the four playoff teams.

Auburn wins the national championship by beating Michigan State 33-21.

in 2015 College Football Season Preview: What You Need to Know
9/3/15, 2:53 PM