Ohio State Buckeyes 11-2 vs. Oklahoma Sooners 10-2
Urban Meyer has the perfect schedule to start in Columbus as their slate is similar to Brady Hoke and Michigan's from this past season.
Eight home games compared to only four road dates (MSU, Indiana, PSU and Wisconsin) will give the Buckeyes a shot to dream BCS right off the bat.
The Badgers should be losing a ton of ammo if Montee Ball leaves along with Russell Wilson, so I ponder the thought of the Buckeyes playing the Wolverines in the Big Ten Championship with both teams ranked in the top five.
Both Ohio State and Michigan may have just one loss and the winner could have an outside chance of playing in the BCS National Championship (not likely though).
Regardless, both teams could be on their way towards a BCS Bowl and I suspect the Buckeyes defense to rank among the best in college football next season with as many as nine starters returning.
Braxton Miller should be fantastic under Meyer and he won't be forced to do too much since the schedule is fairly soft with those eight homes games.
I have the Sooners penciled in as Big 12 champions since I believe Landry Jones will return for his senior season; however, as Kevin Garnett says, "anything is possible." Nevertheless, it would be a bit shocking if he does leave after struggling so much in the final month of the season.
Jones has failed to throw a single touchdown since losing Ryan Broyles and he has thrown five picks! Kenny Stills and Jaz Reynolds would make the Sooner offense extremely potent once again and a top-five preseason pick would be a safe bet.