Another season of college football results in another Nick Saban-led team raising the crystal ball after a dominating performance in the national championship. It’s becoming a bit of a pattern, and unless you consider yourself a part of “Roll Tide Nation,” you’re beginning to look frantically around for some sort of contender capable of ending this impressive dynasty.
There are a few programs that you could expect to challenge Alabama, but who has the best chance of changing the current pace of college football?
SEC teams like LSU, Georgia and Texas A&M could be a solid roadblock for the Crimson Tide, but Alabama has owned that conference in recent years and match up well against these teams.
Chip Kelly is officially returning to Oregon, and considering he has posted a 46-7 record while leading the Ducks and almost defeated Auburn in the 2010 national championship, the future seems bright. However, his defenses are traditionally a bit undersized compared to Saban’s offenses and…
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