Every year when the month of March rolls around, fans, spectators, coaches, players, announcers and even referees fill out their NCAA basketball tournament brackets. Some do it for fun while others do it in competitions to win either certain prizes or certain amounts of cash.
In filling out any kind of NCAA tournament bracket, one predicts what they believe will happen and who they think will emerge on top in head-to-head matchups, based on the seedings of the particular teams. The lower the seed, the better the team's odds are at advancing in the tournament
So how do they determine what team gets what seed exactly? Well, by looking at what each team's overall record is, as well as its strength of schedule, the quality of each team it beat, what teams it lost to and examining each individual position battle.
Well, my friends, by using the same type of deductive reasoning that's used when filling out NCAA tournament brackets, in the next 11 slides I will break down which teams have the best chances to wind up being the champs of each and every conference in major college football this coming season.