5 Teams That College Football Analysts Can't Agree on Heading into 2014 Season

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5 Teams That College Football Analysts Can't Agree on Heading into 2014 Season
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The college football media-at-large agrees on many things this preseason: Florida State is the consensus best team, for example, and Todd Gurley is the consensus best running back. Will Muschamp needs eight or nine wins to save his job.

But not every issue breeds such crisp, clean consensus—especially on the subject of individual teams.

Which got us thinking: Whom do we disagree on most? 

So we've compiled all the individual voting data (here) from the Associated Press Preseason Poll to look for some answers.

Of course, 60 voters is not representative of the entire college football media, but it's a big enough sample to work with. The results are, at the very least, strongly correlated with how the larger group of college football analysts think.

For the five teams listed, though, that thinking is basically a big ol' shrug of the shoulders.

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