"So who are this season's candidates for demotion? No. 9 Iowa
looks like a letdown waiting to happen, having either trailed or been tied in
the fourth quarter of seven games last season. And, crazy as it sounds, don't be
shocked if No. 5 Texas plummets. The Longhorns, who have to replace star QB Colt McCoy, have a tricky four-game stretch early on against Texas Tech, UCLA,
Oklahoma and Nebraska, with only UCLA in Austin." - Mike Shula
In the Preseason Top 10? Don't Get Too Comfy! - The Wall Street Journal
Just because your school is starting out in college football's preseason top 10 doesn't mean it belongs there. In fact, there's a fair chance it won't finish anywhere near there. Of the 120 teams ranked in the Associated Press's preseason top 10 since 1998, 21—nearly two per season—finished completely outside the final top-25 poll ...
Mike Shula is suggesting Iowa and/or Texas will be this year's version of Oklahoma? A preseason Top 10 team that fell to 8-5 in 2009, for example. Predictions like this make the upcoming football season exciting to see unfold.
It should be an outstanding 2010 College Football season. There are questions throughout just about every team this season heading into this season.