The 2010 preseason college football polls are out already and the hype for the 2011 BCS National Title has begun.
An 'average' of most of the preseason polls released has Alabama, Ohio State, Boise State, Oregon, Virginia Tech, and Texas ranked in the top six.
But who will raise the crystal football as the NCAA Division I champions next Jan.?
Will Alabama be able to replace key losses in their defense and repeat as BCS National Champions?
Can Boise State actually compete for a National Title? Should the Broncos go undefeated, will the pollsters and the BCS give the Broncos their due and award them with a national title game invitation? If BSU gets the invite, can they win the biggest game the Bronco history?
In 2010, can Ohio State play the kind of football that gave them a Rose Bowl victory over Oregon? Can the Buckeyes beat Wisconsin in Madison and go undefeated to gain a national title game invitation?
Will the Oregon Ducks be able to regroup from the devastating loss to Ohio State in the Rose Bowl and win the Pac-10 again? Do the Ducks have a schedule that will allow them a chance at an undefeated season and a shot at the BCS title?
Can Virginia Tech reload on defense in time to beat Boise State in the season opener? Do the Hokies finally have a real shot at an undefeated season and get them to the title game?
Will Texas be able to replace Colt McCoy? Can the new quarterback and receivers step up and lead the Longhorns to another national title game?
The 2010 season is still over six months away.
Will two of these six teams play for the BCS National Title or will other teams emerge and grasp the crystal ball away from the preseason favorite?
Here's a team-by-team look at the current preseason favorites to play for the BCS National Title: