Originally posted on Midwest Sports Fans  |  Last updated 8/31/12
College football is back! As I celebrated last night, enjoying the first glimpse of college football in what seemed like an eternity, I decided that I should make some bold predictions for the upcoming season like Jerod did recently for the NFL. Some of these might seem crazy, even ludicrous; but they all will make perfect sense when the season comes to an end this winter. Go ahead, tell me I’m wrong. Tell me how much I don’t know about college football. But when the season is over, I expect a full apology. Bo Pellini is looking for major improvement from his defense this year. Will he get it? Read on to find out. (Photo illustration by Derek Vogt via Aksarbent.) 1. Landry Jones will win the Heisman Trophy When Landry Jones completed 65% of his passes while throwing for over 4,700 yards and 38 touchdowns (against only 12 picks) in 2010, many thought he’d be primed for a big year in 2011. That wasn’t the case. Jones’ struggled last year, dropping in every statistical ca...
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