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August 1, 2013

2013 Clemson Football Predictions The biggest and best news over the off-season was the return of QB Tahj Boyd for his senior season. With 36 TD passes and 3,896 yards in 2012, Boyd led the Tigers to an 11-2 W-L mark, finishing it off with an upset over LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. The 11 total victories were the most for Clemson since their 1981 National Championship season. Head coach Dabo Swinney is also a major plus for the Tigers as he prepares for his fifth full season as Top Tiger. Tahj Boyd’s... 

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August 1, 2013

2013 Virginia Tech Football Predictions As the longest-tenured (25 years) and winningest (258-125-4) current active FBS coach, Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer is as respected as any coach in the nation. The Hokies have made twenty consecutive bowl appearances (current national leader), and have dominated the ACC since coming aboard in 2004. Last season’s 7-6 W-L mark was a disappointment however, and Beamer is seeking to shake things up by reworking his coaching staff to try and regain their... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Florida State Football Predictions With QB E.J. Manuel now in the NFL, the big question in Tallahassee for 2013 revolves around who will fill his sizable shoes for the Seminoles. The battle appears to be primarily between redshirt freshmen Jameis Winston, Sean Maguire and sophomore Jacob Coker. Winston was a spring standout, and he certainly has all of the skills as well as the intangibles to be a high-profile ACC signal-caller. The ground game appears to be in capable shape, with returnees... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 TCU Football Predictions TCU head coach Gary Patterson has amassed a record of 116-36 in his dozen seasons at the school, with a combined five conference championships (four in the Big West, one in Conference USA), an undefeated 2010 squad and seven bowl wins. The school’s all-time winningest coach, Patterson has turned down jobs at higher-profile schools to remain at Fort Worth, which enjoyed a sub-par 2012 season, finishing 7-6 and losing to Michigan State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Injuries... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Oklahoma State Football Predictions In his eight seasons at Oklahoma State, head coach Mike Gundy has racked up a W-L mark of 67-35 in one of the nation’s strongest power conferences. Last season’s 8-5 mark was capped off by a resounding 58-14 rout of Purdue in the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Twelve starters return in 2013, and optimism is sky-high for the Cowboys, who are predicted to be serious contenders for the Big 12 championship. Most high-profile programs are satisfied with one... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Oklahoma Football Predictions Bob Stoops has been the head coach at Oklahoma for fourteen seasons, with a record of 149-37, numbers that don’t require a mathematician to determine he’s done pretty well for himself. As he embarks on his fifteenth year in Norman, he faces a situation that he’s rarely encountered; no clear-cut QB with big-game experience (at least in the passing game). Landry Jones, who presided over a school-record 39 wins during his career, is now in the NFL,... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Baylor Football Predictions One of the nation’s more recent “feel good” stories, the Baylor Bears have consistently been among the better college football programs for the past decade or so, demonstrated by their run of three consecutive seasons (2010-12) with seven or more victories, something the Waco school hadn’t accomplished since 1949-51. Head coach Art Briles has compiled a 33-30 W-L mark in his five seasons at Baylor, in addition to guiding the Bears to three... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Texas Tech Football Predictions The Red Raiders were college football’s Jekyll and Hyde team in 2012, looking like a Top Ten team through mid-season, but then lost four of their final five before regrouping to beat Minnesota in the Meineke Car Care Bowl to wind up at 8-5. The Red Raiders also welcome a new head coach, former record-setting Tech QB Kliff Kingsbury, who takes over for Tommy Tuberville. When the casual fan thinks of Texas Tech, they immediately think of unbelievable pass... 

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July 31, 2013

2013 Texas Football Predictions In his fifteen seasons at Texas, Mack Brown has built up an impressive record of 150-43, along the way capturing two Big-12 titles, a national championship in 2005, and fourteen bowl appearances. He’s maintained the great legacy that Longhorn faithful expect, but as with almost all “super schools,” double-digit winning seasons aren’t satisfactory unless the hardware continues to fill up the school trophy case annually. In Brown’s case,... 

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