2010 College Football Pre-Season Top 25

Sports Librarian’s College Football Pre-Season Top 25 for 2010

1. Ohio State
The Good – Nine starters back on offense, one of them being Terrelle Pryor
The Bad – Penn State at home and Iowa on the road in back to back weeks
The Ugly – Only two starters back on defense

2. Oregon
The Good – Masoli and James are back to lead a high powered offense
The Bad – Defense gave up over 34 points per game in the last five
The Ugly – Schedule has them @Tenn, @USC, @Cal, @Oregon State

3. Texas
The Good – Curtis Brown, Aaron Williams and Chykie Brown in the secondary
The Bad – QB Garrett Gilbert has not made a college start as of yet.
The Ugly – With Jordan Shipley gone, there is no sure thing at receiver

4. Alabama
The Good – Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson are back at running back
The Bad – The offense is one dimensional, as Greg McElroy plays it safe
The Ugly – The defense took a hit when Kareem Jackson and Rolando Mcทางเข้าเว็บหลัก ufabet มือถือ Clain left early

5. Penn State
The Good – Dominating defense smothered LSU in the bowl game; RB Evan Royster is back
The Bad – The weak Big Ten could have had something to do with PSU’s record last year
The Ugly – @Alabama, @Iowa, @Ohio State; That’s three ats against top 10 opponents

6. Nebraska
The Good – Did you see the Cornhuskers’ defense destroy Arizona in their bowl game?
The Bad – Ndamukong Suh ran out of eligibility
The Ugly – The Nebraska offense; Texas exposed the Huskers offense, but it was bad all year

7. North Carolina
The Good – Three first round picks starting on defense; lots of starters back on offense
The Bad – Lots of starters back on a pretty bad offense though
The Ugly – Tough schedule, not much explosiveness on offense

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