UF Will Win the National Championship Three out of Four Years

brandon nealCorrespondent IApril 12, 2009

MIAMI - JANUARY 08:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators celebrates after defeating the Oklahoma Sooners in the FedEx BCS National Championship Game at Dolphin Stadium on January 8, 2009 in Miami, Florida. The Gators won the game by a score of 24-14.  (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images)
Charleston South: UF 63 CSU 10 (Cake walk)
Troy: UF 56 Troy 10 (Cake walk)
Tennessee: UF 56 UT 14 (UF welcomes Lame Kitten to the SEC)
Kentucky: UF 42 Kentucky 17 (Cat walk)
LSU: UF 35 LSU 17 (Night Game at death valley, don't expect blowout)
Arkansas: UF 49 Arky 10 (Homecoming equals beat down)
MSU: UF 35 MSU 24 (D.M.+We always struggle with team from MISS)
Georgia: UF 45 UGA 17 (No Staff or Knowsho means No Offense)
Vandy: UF 56 Vandy 10 (Vandy will sneak up on nobody this year)
South Carolina: UF 38 Cocks 24 (Steve S will have the cocks somewhat ready)
FIU: UF 56 FIU 7 (Cake walk, Brantley plays most the game)
FSU: UF 56 FSU 21 (Tebow's last game in swamp = A lot of emotion)
SEC Championship Game against Ole Miss: UF 42 Ole Miss 14

I believe Ole Miss will be in first place in the west because they have both Bama and LSU at home this year. Bama has to start a new QB and a lot of other positions. Yes, they will simply reload, but expect a shaky start. LSU is pretty much in the same situation.


National Championship game
Rematch: Oklahoma

UF 28 OU 17 Let the party begin in title town.

Oklahoma will again play a bunch of ranked teams that don't play any defense. Sam Bradford is a good QB, so I would think that it might be a rematch. The second best chance for our opponent is Texas. Third vote goes to USC.

UF 14-0