The results of the past three seasons have given us the clues to determine the big winner each year.
The last trio of BCS Champions have run the ball well all season long.
In 2009 Alabama averaged 215 yards a game on the ground, In 2008 Florida moved the pigskin an average of 231 an outing, while in 2007 LSU rushed the ball for an average of 214 yards a contest.
You better run for your life if you want to win in 21st century college football.
Going into this season there are teams who had unimpressive rushing statistics last year, and are not a factor in the national scene.
Let's concentrate on 10 schools who may see their fortunes improve if they can unlock the door of ground attack success and improve upon their most recent performances.