Throughout the 2013 NCAA football season, plenty of FBS teams will display potent rushing attacks.
However, there are a number of schools that will set themselves apart from the pack. A season ago, Oregon continued its dominance on the ground, Montee Ball emerged as college football's all-time leader in end-zone visits and the SEC saw a number of freshmen explode onto the college football scene.
While the numbers do play a big part in projecting the top rushing attacks heading into the 2013 season, they do not tell the whole story.
For example, though teams that run triple option offensive systems such as Army, Navy and Georgia Tech may have finished atop the nation's rankings in rushing yards last year, each tallied at least 100 more attempts than schools such as Oregon or Alabama.
This list considers not only the returning talent of each school at running back, but also on the offensive line and any rushing threat provided by the quarterback.
So, without further ado, here are the projections for college football's 10 most potent rushing attacks heading into the 2013 season.