It's that time of year again. The air is crisp. The grass is moist. And the Pigskin is raw. College Football Baby. Right now, it's Ohio State's throne to lose. Ezekiel Elliot is an absolute freak, Joey Bosa is the next Luke Kuechly, and both of their quarterbacks are Heisman contenders. Oh yeahh, they also have former 2-time B1G Player of the Year Braxton Miller playing H-back. An interesting story to follow is Jim Harbaugh's first year at Miiiiichigan. Redshirt Freshman playmaker Jabril Peppers is the second coming of Sir Charles Woodson and plays both ways. In the Big 12, TCU is a playoff hopeful after being snubbed last year. Trevone Boykin is the leading Heisman contender going into the year and is just simply a joy to watch. The SEC West is a straight up death row with Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Arkansas, and Tennessee. Watch for the Vols to have a big year as well as Jeremy Johnson at Auburn. Out West, the Pac-12 is a mad house as well with USC, UCLA, Arizona State, and Arizona all potential 10-plus win teams. Watch for former #1 recruit and freshman starting QB Josh Rosen at UCLA as well as Scooby Wright (Yes, his name is that awesome) at Beardown nation who is just as good, maybe better than Bosa. Last but not least is the ACC. Clemson is poised for a big year with a healthy Deshaun Watson at the helm and Florida State is still interesting with former Golden Domer Everett Golson under center. HOWEVER, we're 'Canes alumni over here ladies and gentlemen. ACC Rookie of the Year Brad Kaaya just had his first full offseason in Coral Gables and has established himself as the one of the leaders in the locker room. We have a classic Miami DB squadron with hard hitting Deon Bush, ball hawk Tracy Howard, and shadowman Artie Burns. Talent is plentiful at the skill positions with Joe Yearby, frosh Mark Walton, and Gus "Da Bus" Edwards carrying the rocks as well as Braxton Berrios, Stacy Coley, and frosh Lawrence Cager at WR. Cager is the real deal as he's been tearing it up in camp this summer. But when it comes to The U, it all depends on coaching as Al Golden is on the hot seat, to say the least. The talent is there but fans are left wondering how a team with 7-plus NFL prospects goes 6-7 last year. This team has the potential for 9 or 10 wins but has a history of waving the white flag for the season after their first big loss. We play Clemson and Florida State back to back in October. Either way, WHOOSH WHOOSH!