Oct. 31 is a date that is significant for more than being the night that little goblins trick-or-treat and hooligans smash pumpkins.
Indeed, other than grown men wearing tights they shouldn’t, the last day of October also signals the beginning of the end of the college football season.
Yes, friend, November is home to the last four regular-season games of the year, the month wherein teams will have positioned themselves to be ahead of the pack, still in the mix or totally out of the race.
Either way, every team's season, without exception, comes down to November, when the final stanza of the campaign will decide who plays for a title, who’s in a position to win the big enchilada and who will be left at home watching from the sidelines.
The following slideshow utilizes a shaky crystal ball and makes 25 bold predictions for a November jam-packed with college football action.
Though some of these forecasts may actually come to fruition, some will turn out to be as ridiculous as they initially sounded.
The truth is, nobody really knows what will happen in November in college football, and that’s precisely why we’ll all be watching, with loins girded, to see how it all ends.