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You've lost 9 of 22, whats your prognosis for next years team ?

Well make it to the SEC title game, National title hopes are gleam. Getting past Alabama who returned a mean team, in the regular season will be tough enough, let alone a possible rematch in the SEC title game. LSU also has a very nice receiving core, if there QB is worth anything they will also be a hell of a game for UF..

It all rests on Brantley. FLA will be changing its offense to a more passing offense, lets hope our new receivers can handle it.

I dont know I am hopeful but its hard to recover in one season to such a big loss of talent. We did have the #1 recruiting class in the nation, but we all know #1 does not always mean those players will pan out.

What about OSU how are you guys looking this year?
 

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This upcoming college season is going to be interesting.

Most of the stars of past years are gone, there is no team that has the look of a clear-cut #1. I think this could be a wide-open year.
 

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Well make it to the SEC title game, National title hopes are gleam. Getting past Alabama who returned a mean team, in the regular season will be tough enough, let alone a possible rematch in the SEC title game. LSU also has a very nice receiving core, if there QB is worth anything they will also be a hell of a game for UF..

It all rests on Brantley. FLA will be changing its offense to a more passing offense, lets hope our new receivers can handle it.

I dont know I am hopeful but its hard to recover in one season to such a big loss of talent. We did have the #1 recruiting class in the nation, but we all know #1 does not always mean those players will pan out.

What about OSU how are you guys looking this year?

Alabama also lost 7 starters.

As for the Buckeye's I would consider them to still be young, but the young guys now need to be counted on.
Pryor's class is now going into thier Jr. year so they should be pretty good this year.

Buckeye didn't lose to many this year, very few Sr., but the few they did, were good players.
They did not lose a class like a few years back when we lost like you did, the whole O or D.

I have never been thrilled with the Bucks current receiving corp, they have potential, but it's not showing yet.... Cris Carter's son Duron needs to step it up big time this year.
I think he felt he was entitled when he first got there, then he found himself on the sidelines .... I expect much better play this year from him.

They have a good stable of RB's.
D should be solid again, they lack the Big name back there at the moment though.
 

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