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70. Florida International: Stout defense makes Golden Panthers favorites in the Sun Belt

71. Toledo: Rockets lose a ton of skill position stars, but functional two-QB system back intact

72. Nevada: Wolf Pack brings potent Pistol offense to reconfigured Mountain West

73. Duke: Backloaded schedule means postseason drought likely to reach 18 years for Blue Devils

74. Arkansas State: Dual threat QB Ryan Aplin an interesting element for Gus Malzahn to inherit

75. Western Michigan: Veteran QB Alex Carder makes Broncos an intriguing MAC contender

76. Mississippi: Turnaround artist Hugh Freeze has a long-term project in the Rebels

77. Fresno State: Bulldogs a contender for second in initial foray into Mountain West

78. Arizona: Rich Rodriguez was an inspired hire, but history suggests not to expect much in Year One

79. Minnesota: Golden Gophers are better, but still buried at bottom of B1G’s Legends Division

80. Air Force: Early schedule (minus trip to Michigan) should allow fledgling Falcons to grow

81. Temple: Owls lose a ton, making first year back in Big East especially daunting

82. East Carolina: Not league title material, but Pirates should bounce back to bowl bid

83. Utah State: Aggies must rebuild potent ground game but should contend for WAC crown

84. Boston College: Eagles’ win total has decreased four consecutive seasons

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