Predictions, Rankings, Top 25

College Football 2021 The Five Minute Spare Opening Top 25

The 2021 College football season is about to get underway and we thought we would join in the fun by putting forward our predictions for the best 25 teams this year. This is who we think the best teams are based on how we predict their schedule will work out.

Right now we can’t see anyone stopping Alabama and Georgia at two is based on our prediction they will beat Clemson lose in the SEC Championship game and then lose to Bama again in the National Championship.

The At Large could go to Coastal Carolina, as Cincinnati have some tricky games and may end up with at least two losses. CCU could go unbeaten.

In The Big Ten, Michigan may surprise a few and Penn State look strong and Sean Clifford still has room to improve going into his senior year. If they can get that overdue win over Ohio State then they could be in the final four.

Further down we like what Sam Pittman has achieved in his relatively short tenure at Arkansas and Arizona State also look on the up, despite the off-field distractions.

Our top 25 is below and we will stick with this until after week five when we can really start to see who is for real.

Our Opening Top 25

1 Alabama

2 Georgia 

3 Oklahoma

4 Clemson 

5 Penn State

6 Notre Dame

7 Iowa 

8 Texas A&M

9 Ohio State

10 Florida

11 Oregon

12 Oklahoma State

13 Coastal Carolina

14 Cincinnati

15 Arkansas

16 Michigan

17 Wisconsin

18 Iowa

19 BYU

20 Arizona State

21 Texas

22 Ole Miss

23 LSU

24 North Carolina

25 Michigan State


You can check out the AP top 25 and Coaches Here


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