Sleepers for the 2015-16 College Football Season

By: Jared Barrett

Look for an unbelievable return from dynamic star quarterback Deshaun Watson after suffering a torn ACL toward the end of last season.

With 12 total starters returning they are fired up to face TCU and try to officially win the Big 12.

Bret Bielema prides himself on a powerful O-Line and two star rushers. Good thing that’s exactly what he has returning for him this year. With Alabama and LSU losing some key additions, look for Arkansas to make some noise in the competitive SEC west.

Texas A&M:
As disjointed as they were last year, I liked the way Kyle Allen battled in his first start at Auburn and pulling of the win. Although still young, this offense can still put up lights out numbers in an conference where offense is not prevalent.

North Carolina State:
NC State is a force not to be reckoned with at home. Last year they had #1 ranked FSU on the ropes before Jameis Winston created a fire with no wood. Welcoming Clemson and Louisville to
Carter-Finley stadium may call for some big upsets. With a weak non-conference schedule and HC Dave Doeren commanding this ship, look for this team to head in to the right direction into 2015.

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