2019 College Football Preview

MIKEDROPSPORTS pre-season college football coverage.

Preview Podcast

This episode features 2019 college football preview with a conference-by-conference breakdown – who is going to win each conference, teams and players to watch. Plus which four teams will end the season in the Playoffs? And a deeper dive into the transfer portal and NCAA’s process. 

  • 2:30 – ACC 
  • 11:15 – Big Ten
  • 22:08 – Big 12
  • 27:30 – PAC-12
  • 32:15 – SEC 
  • 34:45 – Playoffs
  • 38:35 –  Notre Dame 
  • 39:30 – Group of Five
  • 46:40 – Heisman
  • 48:00 – Transfer portal discussion 


Projected Top 25

This is not your typical College Football top 25 rankings. These rankings are based off the below previews and reflect how the top 25 will look after conference championship weekend.

TOP 25

Conference Previews

I went through all 838 games of the 2019 college football season, picking winners to project the record of all 130 FBS teams.

Previews include projected standings for each conference and team-by-team notes featuring players to watch, recent recap, and 2019 preview.


Will Clemson win a 5th straight ACC title? Who is the favorite in the Coastal Division?

Big Ten

Is this finally the year Michigan takes down Ohio State? The West Division is as wide open as ever, who will get to the Big Ten title game?

Big 12

Are we on a collision course for the Red River Rivalry in the Big 12 title game for the second straight year?


Can anyone overtake Alabama in the SEC West? Can Georgia overcome the disappointing endings of the last two seasons?


Can one of the Arizona or LA teams take down Utah in the South? Which QB will rise to the occasion and lead their school to the PAC-12 North title?

Notre Dame

Following a 12-0 regular season and school’s first Playoff appearance, what will the Irish do for an encore in 2019?

American Athletic

Are the Playoffs ever going to be an option? Will UCF finally lose a regular season/conference game?



Mountain West

Sun Belt


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Mike is a member of the FWAA (Football Writers Association of America) and an alum of the University of Cincinnati.

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