Buying or Selling 2013's Top 10 Teams as College Football Playoff Contenders

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Buying or Selling 2013's Top 10 Teams as College Football Playoff Contenders
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Are the Sooners for real?

At long last, the College Football Playoff era is finally upon us.

The much-anticipated system will make its debut with the upcoming 2014 season. Instead of two teams, there will now be four that will be competing to be crowned college football’s next national champion.

Opening kickoff may still be months away, but that doesn’t mean every team across the nation hasn’t already begun taking steps toward improving from a year ago.

Can Florida State repeat as national champions? Is the Alabama dynasty really over? Will the personnel losses be too much to overcome for Ohio State?

These are just a few of the questions burning through the minds of fans.

Luckily, B/R is here to cover all your college football needs. Join us as we break down each of 2013’s final Top 10 teams and determine whether or not it should be considered a contender for next year’s inaugural College Football Playoff.

 

Author's Note: For the purposes of this article, the final USA Today coaches poll rankings were used.

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