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ESPN senior writer Mark Schlabach released his 2023 Way-Too-Early Top 25 and included five teams from the SEC in his rankings.

Georgia topped the rankings at No. 1.

1. Georgia Bulldogs
2. Ohio State Buckeyes
3. Michigan Wolverines
4. Florida State Seminoles
5. Alabama Crimson Tide
6. Penn State Nittany Lions
7. USC Trojans
8. LSU Tigers
9. Oregon Ducks
10. Tennessee Volunteers
11. Washington Huskies
12. TCU Horned Frogs
13. Utah Utes
14. Notre Dame Fighting Irish
15. Clemson Tigers
16. Texas Longhorns
17. Oregon State Beavers
18. Kansas State Wildcats
19. Tulane Green Wave
20. Ole Miss Rebels
21. North Carolina Tar Heels
22. UTSA Roadrunners
23. Texas Tech Red Raiders
24. James Madison Dukes
25. Iowa Hawkeyes
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MSTiger3315 months
UTSA and James Madison. Bold.
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tigerpawl15 months
Oh gawd... when are they going to stop smoking the Penn State weed?
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scrooster15 months
Schlabach is high as frick on the Criminoles and Suckeyes. Pedo State and SoCal too ... lol. The guy must be doing bath salts or something.
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deltaland15 months
Kiffin overhype is as bad as Jimbo’s. OM has a brutal schedule next season drawing Georgia from the east, and Georgia tech and at Tulane in non conference
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TrueLefty15 months
Texas A&M is ranked too high. Wait! I don't see them anywhere in the top 25!
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Schlabach is high as frick on the Noles and Wolverines.
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NJLSU15 months
Florida State at 4…? Maybe 8-10 range but that’s INCREDIBLY high
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TrueLefty15 months
Didn't FSU beat LSU last season?
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Stew258115 months
Yes they did beat LSU after getting to play a week zero game where LSU did not, and also having to break in a completely new staff and pretty much the entire starting Offense and Defense never playing togther and yet still only lost by a missed extra point
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cypresstiger15 months
LSU starts at 8. I approve
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