Now I know I probably just lost a lot of you.
Everyone will take one look at my profile, see I'm an Arizona fanatic, and write me off as another delusional homer trying to bolster my team's chances.
While you might be right, maybe, just maybe I have the team to back it up this year.
Arizona's offense returns starters at all the key positions with top Pac-10 talent at quarterback in Nick Foles.
Wide receiver Juron Criner is on the Biletnikoff watch list and is joined by about seven other receivers who are capable of producing in 2010.
The running back position is deep and effective with Nic Grigsby and Keola Antolin being big home run threats.
The offensive line returns two of the Pac-10's best offensive linemen in center Colin Baxter and tackle Adam Grant.
A lot of the Wildcats' preseason prediction woes have focused on the defense, stating that U of A lost too many starters from 2009.
While the 'Cats did lose seven starters on defense, the four players returning are four of the best from 2009's squad.
Ricky Elmore and Brooks Reed are two of the best defensive ends in the Pac-10 and should provide a lot of pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
Trevin Wade is on the Jim Thorpe watch list, and Robert Golden will move back to his natural position of cornerback on the other side of Wade, giving the Wildcats two lockdown corners.
The defensive tackle position is deeper than it has ever been during the Mike Stoops era, giving them an opportunity to rotate in fresh players at a crucial position.
Arizona replaces all three linebackers from the 2009 season, but what the newcomers lack in experience they make up for in size and football IQ.
Linebacker coach and co-defensive coordinator Tim Kish is confident in his linebackers, as he got his top two JUCO targets in the 2009 recruiting class.
Travis Cobb and Bug Wright give the Wildcats two speedy kick returners on special teams that should give the Wildcats good field position to start every drive.
Stoops has an opportunity to show he made the right decision in hiring two coordinators for each of the open positions and an even bigger opportunity to lead Arizona to its first Rose Bowl appearance.