Alabama is No. 1 in the 2021 College Football America Yearbook Preseason FBS Top 30.
The Crimson Tide are coming off a season in which they won the national championship for the sixth time under head coach Nick Saban. While Alabama sent six players to the NFL via first-round picks, the Tide still have a wealth of talent returning to Tuscaloosa.
Clemson is No. 2, followed by No. 3 Ohio State, No. 4 Oklahoma and No. 5 Georgia. Clemson and Ohio State reached the College Football Playoff a year ago.
No. 6 Texas A&M, No. 7 Notre Dame, No. 8 Florida, No. 9 Iowa State and No. 10 Oregon round out the Top 10.
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2021 College Football America FBS Preseason Top 30
- Ohio St.
- Texas A&M
- Notre Dame
- Iowa St.
- Miami (FL)
- North Carolina
- Penn St.
- Oklahoma St.
- Boise St.
- West Virginia
16 thoughts on “Alabama is No. 1 in College Football America Yearbook 2021 Preseason FBS Top 30”
Apparently, Nick’s got a better defense this year. Wow! Might be number 8, though a couple of teams will give him a run for the money. The guy leading Notre Dame, we think, will go down in history one of the best coaches never to win a Championship. He just can’t get past Nick and Clemson. Texas A&M are going to be big this year.
It would be interesting if college functioned like the NFL, where the best picks go to the worst teams, where attempt at “fairness” were the rule. Nick wins because he’s an amazing head coach, but the system where the best go to the best helps him stay atop. Perhaps a lesson in real life.