2013 BCS preview: Alabama to play Stanford for the BCS title game

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I think the SEC and the Pac 12 will be the two top conferences in 2013. Regardless of whether my BCS Championship becomes reality, I think the SEC will have a team in the game, giving itself a chance to win an eighth-straight championship.

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2013 SEC preview: Can Alabama repeat as SEC champion?

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Can one of Alabama’s eight SEC opponents dethrone the Tide? That is the most significant question looking at this season. Most think a road game against Texas A&M and a home game against LSU are the biggest stumbling blocks to the Tide this year.

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2013 Big 12 preview: Texas returns to prominence and captures the league title

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The Big 12 has a number of teams who are BCS-caliber programs, but the round-robin nine-game league schedule could cause some of the top teams to beat each other, eliminating them national title contention. The usual suspects, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas State, and West Virginia will all be contenders for the league title.

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2013 Big Ten preview: Ohio State and Nebraska lead the way

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Ohio State will be eligible to participate in postseason action this year, after going undefeated last season and sitting out Big Ten Championship and bowl season. Other Big Ten teams will be gunning for the Buckeyes as they are the clear favorite to win the league. I think Nebraska, Michigan, Wisconsin, Michigan State, and Indiana (yes, Indiana) will also be contenders.

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2013 Pac 12 preview: Will it yet again come down to Oregon vs. Stanford?

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Oregon and Stanford have been at the top of the Pac 12 throughout the last few years. Will that continue in 2013? Can USC make a run?

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2013 ACC preview: Is the league Clemson’s to lose?

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This is a historic year for the ACC as the league adds two new members. Syracuse and Pittsburgh, formerly in the Big East, are gearing up for their first season of ACC play.

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