College Football 2013: Predicting the Winner of Each BCS Conference

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College Football 2013: Predicting the Winner of Each BCS Conference
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College football's BCS-AQ conferences are full of talented squads, and quite a few of the standings are wide-open for the 2013 season.

Texas A&M proved that it was ready to contend in the SEC last season, and UCLA did the same thing in the Pac-12 (except the Bruins weren't new members of their conference).

The American Athletic Conference has some new faces on the schedule, and it's also missing some familiar ones (like Syracuse).

USC dropped its potential national championship in 2012, and Georgia Tech found a way to completely dominate the Trojans in the postseason battle.

As unpredictable as college football is, the presses don't stop. Here is the predicted winner for each BCS-AQ conference.

*As an added bonus, there is a dark-horse candidate at the end of each slide that calls attention to teams that could be the next UCLA.

*All unlinked references to drafted players are from CBSSports.com.

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