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100. Colorado State: Rams in transition after three consecutive 3-9 seasons

101. Miami (Ohio): Unpredictable RedHawks have gone from 1-11 to 10-4 to 4-8; what’s next?

102. Troy: Veteran Blakeney’s never endured consecutive losing seasons; Trojans were 3-9 in ‘11

103. Western Kentucky: Hilltoppers have lost 14 consecutive nonconference games

104. Ball State: Defensively deficient Cardinals likely to slide back under .500

105. North Texas: Mean Green tasked with rebuilding a bad defense in final Sun Belt season

106. Idaho: If Vandals can find an effective QB, they could sniff a bowl game – but it’s a big if

107. Rice: Chronically defenseless Owls will need a step forward on offense to contend for bowl bid

108. Eastern Michigan: Revamped defensive line could mean a step back for Eagles

109. Texas-El Paso: A sixth straight losing season probably brings an end to Mike Price’s tenure

110. Tulane: New Orleans native Curtis Johnson brings recruiting boost to moribund Green Wave

111. Middle Tennessee: Friendly opening stretch gives hope for improvement on 10-loss season

112. UAB: Blazers reboot scuffling program with hire of former Arkansas assistant Garrick McGee

113. New Mexico State: Soon-to-be-homeless Aggies could push into dying WAC’s middle tier

114. UNLV: Rebels could be in line for seventh two-win season in the last nine years

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