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FurdTurgason

The next non-SEC champion

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Who will break the SEC stranglehold on college football's national title and when?

Will it be my USC Trojans?

The Texas Longhorns?

A Big 10 school? (suppressed laugh)

A school like Louisville that sneaks in ala BYU in 1984?

What say you?

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Tar Heels in 15 years, until then the SEC will keep winning.

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Either a Big XII or Pac12 team.

B1G is a joke.

USC

Oklahoma

WVU

Oregon

Have the best chance this year.

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My cousin is trying to be a part of that National Championship team that WVU is putting together.

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I would say Oregon. Chip Kelly is such a great coach.

Can't see OU winning it because they always lose games they aren't supposed to.

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Gotta believe Urban Meyer will have Ohio State in contention soon.

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Southern Cal this season. Powerhouse school that is fresh off probation and looking for a title.

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