The 2009-2010 season has been over for about 30 minutes now—time to begin speculation for next season! Who will it be? Alabama (Nation champion winner in 2009), Texas (Runner up), Boise St (the Cinderella who always seems to be there). Maybe another BCS Buster makes the ranks. What about Florida, Oregon, Iowa, Penn State and Virginia Tech? Fear not, it's all shown here. Find out inside!
Georgia Tech is returning a ton of starters back for the 2010 season. Look for this team to compete for the ACC Title and another BCS Bowl appearance.
With leading rusher Evan Royster returning for his senior season, the Nittany Lions should have a solid running game in place. Look for Joe-Pa to make a statement once again.
With the loss of Tim Tebow, Brandon Spikes and possibly coach Urban Meyer, Florida is losing a lot of talent. However, if any program can rebuild, it's Florida.
Jordan Jefferson and Terrance Toliver are both coming back and this will give them a good starting point for their offense. They don't lose too much on defense this off-season either.
Virginia Tech will have arguably the best backfield in the country next year with standout backs like Ryan Williams and Darren Evans. Despite this though, the Hokies will have some rebuilding to do with the defense.
Masoli and LaMichael James are both back and will lead a very potent offense. The Ducks also have a good defense and return a lot of good players.
Ohio State proved this year that they are a very good team by winning a BCS game, something which has eluded the Buckeyes for quite a while. Pryor is only getting better at the same time.
The Broncos are returning a lot of their starters on both sides of the ball and have solely proven that they are officially among the elite in the nation finishing undefeated two seasons in a row.
Alabama may have won the title this year, but they lose a lot of key players on defense. Look for them to be a highly ranked team at first, but not No 1.
While Colt McCoy will be gone along with some key defensive players, Texas has one of the best recruiting classes year in and year out. Texas will be fine moving forward and their performance this year without Colt McCoy in the title game will be a huge springboard moving forward.