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ESPN National College Football reporter Joe Schad released his Spring 2016 Preseason Top 25 on Twitter Friday morning and has seven schools from the SEC rankned

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UH just beat Florida State and they have a lot of starters coming back. What the hell?
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13)Miami... He lost all credibility right here.
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I know it's Urban Meyer and Ohio St, but what kinda biased BS is this where a team brings back 6 starters TOTAL, is in the top 10? They play Oklahoma at Oklahoma, Mich St at Mich St, and Michigan who is the most complete team in that league right now even though Harbaugh CBs like an annoying child. Other problems 1. Louisville not even ranked??? That's a top 15 team no doubt. Lamar Jackson in year two with 17 more returning starters? 2. Houston not in the top 15? 3. Miami, Florida, and Texas in the top 20? 4. UNC not in the top 20? They bring back 7 on offense (2 WR including their top 2 and 4 of their top 5 and top TE, 4/5 OL, and a 1460 yard 17 TD back that averaged 6.7 ypc) and 7 on defense (3/4 DL, 1 LB, and almost entire 2 deep from a secondary unit that was 28th in cmp%, 18th in y/game, 15th in y/att, and 12th in QBR) much improved defense despite what transpired vs Baylor. Mitch Trubisky will slide right in at QB as he has had no problems doing the past couple of years. Think Dylan Thompson (USCe) replacing Connor Shaw.
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Joe schad. Stopped reading right there.
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Miami, USC, UF, Texas, and A&M all way too high. Houston, Mich St and Baylor too low.
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Bama too low.
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I admire a man who can put food on the table while still making predictions like this. Bravo sir. Bravo.
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Miami at 13... I got into the wrong profession.
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lol upvote
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