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ESPNU Preseason Predictions (8/16)

We are getting this season of college football started bringing you some picks and predictions from ESPNU’s Schedule Analysis Show and the ESPNU Path to the Playoff preview.  These two shows were basically the same with the exception of Todd McShay showing up for the Schedule Analysis and not the Path to Playoff preview.  Without further adieu I bring you some preseason predictions from some of your favorites.  Some of it m

Joey Galloway:
ESPNU Schedule Analysis Show (8/16)
Alabama over 9.5 wins (10-2)
UCLA to win championship
ESPNU Path to the Playoff (8/16)
LSU to win SEC
Clemson to go undefeated
Clemson to win ACC
Ohio St to win Big 10
UCLA to win Pac 12
Big 12 to miss playoff
TCU as sleeper to make playoff
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Danny Kanell:
ESPNU Schedule Analysis Show (8/16)
Alabama over 9.5 wins
Nobody undefeated
Clemson to win championship
ESPNU Path to the Playoff (8/16)
LSU to win SEC West
Georgia to win SEC
Clemson loses to FSU but wins ACC
Michigan to win Big10
OU to win Big 12 (not undefeated)
UCLA to win Pac 12
Big 10 to miss playoff
Nobody will go undefeated
UNC sleeper to make playoff
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Todd McShay:
ESPNU Schedule Analysis Show (8/16)
Alabama over 9.5 wins (11-1)
Clemson to win championship
Texas over ND (Week 1)

David Pollack:
ESPNU Schedule Analysis Show (8/16)
Alabama over 9.5 wins
Alabama to win championship
ESPNU Path to the Playoff (8/16)
Alabama to win SEC
Ohio St to win Big 10
TCU to win Big 12
Stanford to win Pac 12
Pac 12 to miss playoff
Louisville a sleeper to make playoff
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