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2016 College Football Season
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2016 College Football Predictions and Rankings for Playoff (CFP)
The Alabama Crimson Tide start the year off as the #1 odds on favorite after winning the National Championship last year. In 2015, Ohio State started the year as consensus #1 after winning the title the year before. Despite losing their starting QB and dominant RB Derrick Henry, coaches, fans, journalists and pundits have all voted Alabama the consensus #1 pick. Clemson returns their star QB and is expected to make another run at Alabama this year. Florida State is expected to bounce back from a disappointing 10-3 season. Ohio State is again in the mix. So to, once again, Oklahoma and LSU. Stanford, Michigan and Tennessee appear in the Top 10 as kind of the surprise picks to regain glory. Notre Dame and Michigan State hold their traditional high expectations.

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· 2014: Ohio State (14-1) , beat Oregon (42-20)

BCS National Championships
BCS (Bowl Championship Series)
· 2013: Florida State (14-0), beat Auburn 34-31
· 2012: Alabama (13-1), beat Notre Dame 42-14
· 2011: Alabama (12-1), beat LSU 21-0
· 2010: Auburn (14-0), beat Oregon 22-19
· 2009: Alabama (14-0), beat Texas 37-21
· 2008: Florida (13-1), Florida beat Oklahoma 24-14
· 2007: LSU (12-2), LSU beat Ohio State 38-24
· 2006: Florida (13-1), Florida beat Ohio State 41-14
BCS Championship Series
· 2005: Texas (13-0), Rose (Texas 41 USC 38)
· 2004: USC (13-0), Orange
· 2003: LSU (13-1), Sugar [note: USC (12-1), Rose, topped the final AP poll]
· 2002: Ohio State (14-0), Fiesta
· 2001: Miami, Fla (12-0), Rose
· 2000: Oklahoma (13-0), Orange
· 1999: Florida State (12-0), Sugar
· 1998: Tennessee (13-0), Fiesta
Pre-BCS, all NCAA football national champions
· 1997: Split: AP poll, Michigan (12-0), Rose; Coaches poll, Nebraska (13-0), Orange
· 1996: Florida (12-1), Sugar
· 1995: Nebraska (12-0-0), Fiesta
· 1994: Nebraska (13-0-0), Orange
· 1993: Florida State (12-1-0), Orange
· 1992: Alabama (13-0-0), Sugar
National Champions (1883-present)
Since 1883, there have only been 2 occasions where 2 losses in a season was good enough for a national championship. In 2008, LSU was 12-2. In 1960, Minnesota was 8-2. 94 out of the 130 years have been undefeated.

Annual Heisman Trophy Winners, All Historical
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· 2015 Heisman Candidate Hopefuls
· 2014: Marcus Mariota, Oregon (QB)
· 2013: Jameis Winston, Florida State (QB)
· 2012: Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M (QB)
· 2011: Robert Griffin III, Baylor (QB)
· 2010: Cam Newton, Auburn (QB)
· 2009: Mark Ingram, Alabama (RB)
· 2008: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma (QB)
· 2007: Tim Tebow, Florida (QB)
· 2006: Troy Smith, Ohio State (QB)
· 2005: Reggie Bush, USC (RB), later vacated
· 2004: Matt Leinhart, USC (QB)
· 2003: Jason White, Oklahoma (QB)
· 2002: Carson Palmer, USC (QB)
· 2001: Eric Crouch, Nebraska (QB)
· 2000: Chris Weinke, Florida State (QB)
· 1999: Ron Dayne, Wisconsin (RB)
· 1998: Ricky Williams, Texas (RB)
· 1997: Charles Woodson, Michigan (CB)
· 1996: Danny Wuerffel, Florida (QB)
· 1995: Eddie George, Ohio State (RB)
· 1994: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (RB)
· 1993: Charlie Ward, Florida State (QB)
All Heisman Winners



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