BCS conference champs SEC: Alabama over South Carolina Big 10: Wisconsin over Michigan St. ACC: Florida State over Virginia Tech Pac-12: Stanford over Utah Big 12: Oklahoma Big East: South Florida Keep an eye on these teams South Carolina: Defending SEC east champs, Return Stephen Garcia and Alshon Jeffery. Avoid LSU and Bama from west and have Florida at home. Georgia: Only 4 road games and a pretty favorable schedule. Mississippi St: Coming off 9-4 season, return 9 on offense, most of the toughest games at home. Florida State: 10-4 last year, talent getting really good again and favorable schedule. Could be in the national title hunt once again. Utah: Pretty favorbale conference schedule, avoiding Oregon and Stanford from the North. How do they adjust to more competitive conference? Notre Dame: Finally have a good coach, coming off 8 win season and a favorable schedule. Could easily go to a BCS bowl. Teams that will take a dive Auburn: Only return 6 starters including their best player on offense and defense. Tougher schedule. Might struggle to make a bowl. Ohio State: They might survive the non conference schedule, but the conference is gonna beat them up with new coach and loss of Pryor and other key guys. I'm calling for 4 or 5 losses for them. Arizona: Tough schedule coming off a dissapointing finish to last year. Also lost their #1 WR for the season who would have been an AA candidate. Could easily start 1-5 Most overhyped team Arizona state: I don't get it, I really don't. ASU didn't impress me last year, and I really don't think they will this year as long as that clown Erickson is running that show. Non AQ's to watch out for The only real threats I see are Boise state and TCU, however I see Boise losing to Georgia and TCU losing to Boise. SO I think this is a year that no non AQ's get in the BCS party. Heisman I think Andrew Luck is the best player in college football, but because of Stanfords losses on the line, I don't think he will put the numbers up like he did last year. Same goes for LaMichael James at Oregon with the Ducks losing a lot on the line. My heisman prediction is Oklahoma QB Landry Jones.