which will be the best 25 college football programs of the next 10 years. Also, posting links to BleacherReport doesn't seem to get me in too much trouble over here. the obvious: B/R's top ranked are 1. 'Bama 2. FSU 3. Auburn // way to go out on a limb there, BR. not listed: VT (the run is over: Beamer resting on his laurels and I (hope I'm wrong, but) doubt VT has what it takes to lure a top 10 coach to Blacksburg after he's gone) CU (agree with BR, the Buffs still won't be at this level. hope I'm wrong though -- it'd be a fun decade around here) Boise St. (don't expect them to sustain their recent level of success) the curious: UTSA. yes, I understand they're in Texas where they apparently mass-breed 4 and 5* players, but putting them in this list is going out on a limb Texas behind Baylor. you guys follow Texas football and recruiting more than I ever had, but really? TCU not listed, but UTSA is?!?!?! Nebraska only gets an honorable mention Missou and Michigan not listed //pause for a moment -- I know they are considered to be on the decline, but do we really believe that over the next 10 years that Freso and UTSA will be bigger in CFB than those schools? Fresno State -- really, can they compete with other Cali schools for a sustained time? Cincinnati makes the list at #22 despite getting snubbed by all the BCS conferences Clemson makes the list, USC-East doesn't No schools anywhere near in the Northeast listed -- my candidates for consideration would be West Virginia, Pitt, Syracuse //consider this one for a moment: 1/6 of the USA lives in the Boston-Washington corridor driving most TV decisions, but not a single program expected to be close to elite status over the next 10 years. I could expect this fact to lead to some really poor television scheduling decisions.