Yes, it's January. Yes, it's less than a week after the 2010 BCS National Championship.
But who cares? It's never too early to look ahead to next year.
As of right now, the top 10 is a complete mosh pit until we know who is entering the NFL Draft and who is coming back for another year of Saturday afternoon battles.
Right now, these projections are if all the players that could go stay at school for their senior years.
The SEC has won four consecutive BCS national championships and could be in store for a fifth consecutive if Alabama finds its way to Glendale in January 2011.
Here's an early look at next year's BCS bowl schedule:
Jan. 1 Rose Bowl (Pac-10 Champion vs. Big Ten Champion)
Jan. 1 Fiesta Bowl (Big 12 Champion vs. At-large No. 3)
Jan. 3 Orange Bowl (ACC Champion vs. At-large No. 2)
Jan. 4 Sugar Bowl (SEC Champion vs. At-large No. 1)
Jan. 8 National Championship in Glendale, Arizona (BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2)