The BCS era came to an end on Monday Night with No. 1 Florida State beating No. 2 Auburn 34-31 in the BCS National Championship at the Rose Bowl. Monday nights game marked the end of the College Football season, but its never too early to look ahead to next year. Here is ESPN's Way-Too-Early Top 25:

1. Florida State
2. Alabama
3. Oregon
4. Stanford
5. Auburn
6. Michigan State
8. Oklahoma
9. Ohio State
10. LSU
11. Georgia
12. Baylor
13. South Carolina
14. USC
15. Wisconsin
16. Texas A&M
17. North Carolina
18. Clemson
19. Washington
20. Ole Miss
21. Iowa
22. Arizona State
23. Notre Dame
24. UCF
25. Florida
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Why the frick do they always put Oregon in the top 3? Just why? They always shite the bed by week 8 and never live up to the hype.
Reply46 months
We have got to BEAT BAMA next season!
Reply46 months
Ole Miss top 20?
Reply46 months
Florida?? Doubt it.
Reply46 months
Florida?? Doubt it.
Reply46 months number 2...ESPN is extremely butt hurt about the Iron Bowl and Sugar Bowl destroying their Dynasty narrative, huh?
Reply46 months
I'm a bama fan and bama is WAYYYYY too high on this list. We should be solid, except at the position that's most important, QB.
Reply46 months
Mizzou gets absolutely shafted after a 12-2 season and Cotton Bowl victory. Pretty sure they have a cakewalk of a schedule next season too, so like smash suggested, I guess they must be losing a good deal of top end talent. I still think Matty Mauk to DGB will be a regular TD connection next season, though. I would have at least put them in the top 20.
Reply46 months
Reasonable but OU and ND can get lost....
Reply46 months
Missouri must be losing a ton of players. Also think State is close to a preseason top 25 team with Dak.
Reply46 months
I'll take it......
Reply46 months
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