There are a lot of changes happening in college football in 2011.
New coaches, new teams in new conferences and new questions surrounding some of the more established coaches and programs in the country.
And while the NFL tries to figure out how to divvy up its money among owners and players, college football will go on as scheduled and some familiar faces will be back in the spotlight.
It wasn't a great year for teams like Florida and Texas—and other programs, like Notre Dame and North Carolina, suffered less than desired results in seasons that saw them lose players to injuries or suspensions.
The 2011 season should prove to be a bounce-back for some of those traditional powers and some of the growing powers in college football.
Here is a look at 20 of the teams that are most likely to bounce back.