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Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller is a Heisman candidate and could lead the Buckeyes to the BCS title game.
Any team Urban Meyer coaches has a chance to play for the title. Just look at his track record.
Now consider Ohio State went 12-0 last year while ineligible and you have to believe the Buckeyes want to prove something in 2013.
Quarterback Braxton Miller is one of the nation's best players and could be a Heisman Trophy winner when the season is over. The Buckeyes will need to make some improvements on defense to be serious contenders, but don't overlook this group, as going undefeated again is a real possibility.
During the dominance of the SEC, Georgia is the elite program that hasn't been able to get to the title game.
Mark Richt's team came pretty close last year when the Bulldogs had Alabama on the ropes in the SEC Championship Game.
The defense had some big names—Jarvis Jones, Kwame Geathers, etc.—and lost a total of 14 letterwinners on the unit. While this is a huge red flag, the Bulldogs should still be a legitimate contender.
Georgia's offense will score, as the group is led by star quarterback Aaron Murray.