USA Today has recently released their top 25. With that, there are a lot of teams with big questions.
Alabama: Can they keep their intensity? Every team is gunning for them this season, and have been for the past 2 years. Can they keep it up?
Ohio State: Will the most ridiculous easy schedule in the NCAA schedule work against them? How could some of their players get up, and play against the easiest teams in the NCAA?
Oregon: Will they be able to over come the loss of Chip Kelly? Chip has gone to Eagles, and Mark Helfrich will be coaching the Oregon Ducks. Will they have the same offense, defense, and chemistry?
Stanford: in 2012, they won 8 games by less than a touchdown. Will lady luck smile on them again in 2013?
Georgia: 3 of their 4 first games are against Clemson, South Carolina, and LSU. How will they survive the toughest first month of college football?
Texas A&M: Will Johnny Manziel's immaturity affect his play this season? He has had many incidents on twitter, in person, and everywhere this off-season. Will this occur in this season, and will it affect him and his team?
South Carolina: Is there enough offense, or will Clowney and the defense have to carry South Carolina the whole season? The loss of Marcus Lattimore hurts their offense, and with their inconsistent quarterback, will the defense have to win every game?
Clemson: Are they function of a weak ACC? Their first two games are against out of conference Georgia and South Carolina.
Louisville: Were they a fluke in the past season? Im still not convinced their roster has enough talent to be a great team.
Florida: Can they survive big losses on defense to the NFL? 3 of their best players are gone-are their replacements SEC worthy?
Notre Dame: Will the loss of ND's rising star, Everett Golson, they have a major set back to their offense. Can Notre Dame's inconsistent quarterback, Tommy Rees, lead them to a great season? Will he be Turnover Tommy or Touchdown Tommy this season?