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Thursday, 07 August 2008 16:07
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 Six pressing questions about the 2008 college football season:
1) Q: How much better will Notre Dame be?
A: No need to ask if the Fighting Irish will be better, because they really can't get any worse after a 3-9 season that featured a string of lopsided losses and falling to Navy for the first time in 44 years.
The recruiting experts say coach Charlie Weis has been loading up for three years. Last season, he threw freshman QB Jimmy Clausen and other neophytes into the deep end, and though it didn't go very well, the experience should help Notre Dame get at least three more wins in '08.
2) Q: Is Southern California in decline?
te Carroll.
3) Q: Will this be Joe Paterno's last season at Penn State?
A: Many signs point toward yes. He doesn't have a contract for next season. University president Graham Spanier seems intent on being the guy to usher out the 81-year-old coach. All the off-field problems with the Nittany Lions make Paterno seem out of touch, and there have been reports that recruits are being told the next coach will come from within. Still, if Paterno doesn't want to go, Penn State surely doesn't want this to get ugly.
4) Q: Which coaches are one more bad season away from being fired?
A: Syracuse's Greg Robinson. Washington's Ty Willingham. Arizona's Mike Stoops. And considering all the off-field problems at Iowa, it'd be a good time for Kirk Ferentz to start looking like a genius again.
5) Q: Which team will be the BCS buster, like Hawaii and Boise State the past two years?
A: BYU from the Mountain West is the trendy pick, but getting to the BCS from one of the five non-automatic qualifying leagues requires a perfect record and the Cougars play their toughest league games on the road (Utah and TCU). Tulsa could make things interesting if they go to Arkansas on Nov. 1 with a perfect record. It looks like a season where the little guys will miss out on the big payday.
6) Q: So who will play in the BCS?
A: Rose Bowl: USC vs. Wisconsin
Orange Bowl: Clemson vs. West Virginia
Sugar Bowl: Georgia vs. Missouri
Fiesta Bowl: Oklahoma vs. South Florida
BCS championship: Ohio State vs. Florida
And the national champion is: The Buckeyes just can't lose another title game, can they?
 

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