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71. Nevada — Much-needed defensive coordinator change should pay off for Wolf Pack

72. Iowa — Friendly schedule makes a return to the postseason possible for Hawkeyes

73. Central Florida — Tailback Kevin Smith’s (2,567 yards) departure leaves a serious void

74. Virginia — Offseason losses hint absurd good fortune from 2007 unlikely to continue

75. S. Mississippi — With a new staff and only 10 starters back, Eagles might be rebuilding

76. Kentucky — Andre Woodson’s gone, and so are the Wildcats’ grandiose SEC title dreams

77. Stanford — Cardinal should continue improving, and six wins are a possibility

78. Iowa State — The Big 12 is not a good neighborhood for the rebuilding Cyclones

79. Vanderbilt — Commodores will struggle after losing all five offensive line starters

80. Air Force — Uncertainty at quarterback, tailback follows Falcons into 2008

81. Wyoming — Offensive turnaround necessary for Cowboys, who were anemic last fall

82. Baylor — Art Briles has the tough task of making the Bears respectable

83. Fla. Atlantic — Schnellenberger’s Sun Belt champs return 18 starters, including QB Smith

84. Western Michigan — Broncos took a step back last fall, but the defense returns intact

85. Temple — This is not a misprint: Al Golden could have the Owls in their first bowl since 1979

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