If you are looking for 2010 college football predictions, you have come to the right place. On this page you will find links for each team which feature 2010 college football predictions, complete schedules as well as odds to win the BCS Championship. If you are interested in football betting this season and need winning football picks, be sure to visit Touthouse.com each weekend for free picks from our professional football handicappers. Directly below you will find a few of the teams we believe have a chance to go all the way this college football season.
Alabama Crimson Tide – There’s a reason that the Tide are favored to win the National Championship. Yes, replacing all of those defenders that are now playing on various NFL squads is going to be tough, but HC Nick Saban knows what he is doing, and he has a tremendous set of skill players on offense at his disposal. WR Julio Jones, RB Mark Ingram, and RB Trent Richardson are all incredibly deadly. There isn’t much on the schedule either for the Tide, though a home date with Florida will be a lot of fun. Survive that and a trip to LSU on 11/6, and Alabama may be rolling towards another perfect season in ‘10.
Boise State Broncos – The Broncos have the best chance of becoming the first mid-major team to win a national title since the 1984 BYU Cougars. Boise State returns 21 of its 22 starters from a year ago, and the only game of any consequence on the schedule is the battle against Virginia Tech at FedEx Field to start the season. If Boise wins that, this team should become the favorite to win it all. If not, the backdoor could still be open for the title, though getting there is going to require all sorts of things to happen. We don’t think there are two BCS schools that are running the table this year, which leaves Boise State in prime position to sneak into the sport’s biggest game.
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Oklahoma Sooners – There are a few teams that have a legitimate chance of winning the National Championship with one loss, and this is one of them. The Sooners might have been a lot worse off last year with freshman QB Landry Jones under center instead of QB Sam Bradford, but they’ll be better off for it this year. This is a very, very difficult schedule that OU has to navigate this year, but none of these games are beyond it. Florida State highlights the home schedule, while trips to Cincinnati, Missouri, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State won’t be fun. If the Sooners just trip once, they’ll get the benefit of the doubt over most.
Pittsburgh Panthers – The Panthers are a bit of a dark horse to win it all, but they certainly aren’t going to be out of the equation as long as they survive a trip to Utah in the opening week of the year. Yes, the extra game in conference this year is on the road, but games at Syracuse, Connecticut, and South Florida shouldn’t strike fear into HC Dave Wannstedt’s eyes. Instead, the clashes at Notre Dame and Cincinnati are the worrisome ones. The Backyard Brawl against West Virginia is at home. With second year man RB Dion Lewis toting the rock, the Panthers are going to be in every game that they play this season.
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Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, Duke Blue Devils, Florida State Seminoles, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Maryland Terrapins, Miami Florida Hurricanes, North Carolina Tar Heels, NC State Wolfpack, Virginia Cavaliers, Virginia Tech Hokies, Wake Forest Demon Deacons
Big 12 Conference
Colorado Buffaloes, Iowa State Cyclones, Kansas Jayhawks, Kansas State Wildcats, Missouri Tigers, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Baylor Bears, Oklahoma Sooners, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Tech Red Raiders
Big East Conference
Cincinnati Bearcats, Uconn Huskies, Louisville Cardinals, Pittsburgh Panthers, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, South Florida Bulls, Syracuse Orange, West Virginia Mountaineers
Big 10 Conference
Illinois Fighting Illini, Indiana Hoosiers, Iowa Hawkeyes, Michigan State Spartans, Michigan Wolverines, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Northwestern Wildcats, Ohio State Buckeyes, Penn State Nittany Lions, Purdue Boilermakers, Wisconsin Badgers
East Carolina Pirates, Memphis Tigers, Marshall Thundering Herd, UAB Blazers, Central Florida Knights, Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles, Houston Cougars, Rice Owls, SMU Mustangs, Tulane Green Wave, Tulsa Golden Hurricane, UTEP Miners
Akron Zips, Bowling Green Falcons, Ohio Bobcats, Buffalo Bulls, Kent State Golden Flashes, Miami Ohio Redhawks, Temple Owls, Ball State Cardinals, Central Michigan Chippewas, Eastern Michigan Eagles, Northern Illinois Huskies, Toledo Rockets, Western Michigan Broncos
Mountain West Conference
Air Force Falcons, BYU Cougars, Colorado State Rams, New Mexico Lobos, San Diego State Aztecs, TCU Horned Frogs, UNLV Rebels, Utah Utes, Wyoming Cowboys
Pac 10 Conference
Arizona State Sun Devils, Arizona Wildcats, California Golden Bears, Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, USC Trojans, Stanford Cardinal, UCLA Bruins, Washington Huskies, Washington State Cougars
Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, LSU Tigers, Mississippi Rebels, Mississippi State Bulldogs
Sun Belt Conference
Arkansas State Red Wolves, Florida Atlantic Owls, Florida International Golden Panthers, Louisiana Lafayette Ragin Cajuns, Louisiana Monroe Warhawks, Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders, North Texas Mean Green, Troy Trojans, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Boise State Broncos, Fresno State Bulldogs, Hawaii Rainbows, Idaho Vandals, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, Nevada Wolfpack, New Mexico State Aggies, San Jose State Spartans, Utah State Aggies
FBS Independents Conference
Army Black Knights, Navy Midshipmen, Notre Dame Fighting Irish