Fremeau: Projecting the season in stages

August, 20, 2013
8/20/13
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The race for a national championship is not a linear one. Teams have been ranked at the top of the BCS standings from its initial release to the end of the regular season, but that level of stability has been rare. In addition to unexpected results, the ebb and flow of each team's strength of schedule plays a role as well. ESPN Insider's Brian Fremeau projects what the standings could look like for Alabama, Florida, Ohio State, Oregon, Texas A&M, Texas and others as the 2013 campaign unfolds. Read the rest of his story here. Insider

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