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Will resurgent programs like Notre Dame, Texas A&M and UCLA continue to climb the national title pecking order? Will struggling powers like Oklahoma, Texas and USC be able to stop their respective declines? And does anyone have a chance of taking over Alabama's throne as the top program in college football?
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Some guy on 790 had Texas at 4 and A&M at 13. I only caught the very end but he's supposedly someone that knows what's up.
 
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If I missed your team or you want to see another, ask.

Broaden your focus for a moment, past the nitty-gritty details of the schedules and two-deeps and likely storylines for the 2013 college football season, and ask yourself this: Which programs are most likely to be successful, not just this year, but over the next three?

That's exactly what we asked our panel of experts, and below we offer you the fruits of their labor: A top-25 ranking of the teams most likely to compete for and win championships over the next three seasons. Or, as we like to call it, the College Football Future Power Rankings.

Will resurgent programs like Notre Dame, Texas A&M and UCLA continue to climb the national title pecking order? Will struggling powers like Oklahoma, Texas and USC be able to stop their respective declines? And does anyone have a chance of taking over Alabama's throne as the top program in college football?

Our panel of experts -- Travis Haney, Brock Huard, Tom Luginbill, Todd McShay and Mark Schlabach -- found answers to these questions by rating programs in five different categories (Coaching, Current Talent, Recruiting, Title Path and Program Power) to generate an overall score. (For more information on how these rankings were put together, click here.) They then weighed in with their analysis on each team.

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COACHING (27.5 percent): Quality of coaching staff, with heavy emphasis on the head coach, taking into account potential coaching changes in future

CURRENT TALENT (27.5 percent): Quality of players currently in the program, focusing on the future

RECRUITING (15 percent): Projected quality of 2014 and 2015 recruiting classes, and recruiting momentum

TITLE1, Al PATH (10 percent): Ability for teams to compete for league and national titles, based on opponent strength and quality of conference

PROGRAM POWER (20 percent): Accounts for fan and institutional support, facilities, resources and history, in addition to intangible factors

For a full breakdown of the College Football Future Power Rankings methodology, click here.
Here you have it: The top 25 college football programs for the next three seasons.

1. Alabama
2. Ohio State
3. LSU
4. Florida
5. Michigan
6. Notre Dame

7. Florida State
8. Texas A&M

9. Georgia

10. Stanford
11. Oregon
12. Texas

13. Clemson
14. Oklahoma

15. South Carolina
16. Louisville
17. Oklahoma State

18. Miami
19. TCU

20. Virginia Tech
21. North Carolina
22. UCLA
23. Auburn
24. Baylor

25. USC
 
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Some guy on 790 had Texas at 4 and A&M at 13. I only caught the very end but he's supposedly someone that knows what's up.
Seems low for TAMU, maybe they think Sumlin is leaving? Seems high for UT since the coaching situation is not stable and a change could just as easily be bad as opposed to good. UT does have the easier road to a BCS game.

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Coaching: LSU is an interesting program to evaluate from a coaching standpoint. The Tigers have won consistently, but Les Miles has taken heat for late-game management issues. Still, LSU ended up earning the third-highest mark in the coaching category in these rankings. "I think they've been really strong with their defensive coaching staff, with coordinator John Chavis, and that's covered up for a few things."

Current Talent: Even after having nine players taken in the 2013 NFL draft, the Tigers still have plenty of talent left on their depth chart. "LSU is one of three or four teams that are so head and shoulders ahead of the rest of the country in terms of defensive front-seven play," Luginbill says. "They've been so good there that it's masked some deficiencies on offense." DT Anthony Johnson looks to be the next elite LSU defensive linemen.

Recruiting: This category is where the Tigers really got a boost. "In terms of overall talent, Louisiana is a better recruiting state than Alabama and Ohio," says Luginbill. "And the 2014 class from that state could produce the type of class that only comes along once in every 15 years." Three four-star recruits from Louisiana have already committed to LSU, and several other top in-state prospects are considering the Tigers, including ESPN No. 1 overall prospect RB Leonard Fournette.

Title Path: The Tigers have made the national championship game in two of the past six seasons, but playing in a division with Alabama and a rising Texas A&M program makes for a challenging path to the title game. Example: LSU could play as many as four top-10 teams in 2013.

Program Power: Only Alabama scored higher in this category than LSU (the Tigers tied with Ohio State), and the program has been a model of consistency. "LSU has been the one program able to play, recruit and develop at this high of a level outside of Alabama," Haney says. "Even when they lose a bunch of guys like they did this year, we're still thinking of them as a top-10 team. That just demonstrates where they are as a program."
 
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I wouldn't be surprised at all if a&m lost 6 games this year.

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I wouldn't be surprised at all if a&m lost 6 games this year.
Lol. To who? Although I think A&M will fall back a bit.. I don't see losing more than 4 games, and even that is a stretch. 3 games max. They have 8 home games and they will win all of their non conference. Auburn and Arkansas still suck. No matter how bad A&M does I still can't see them losing 6 games.
 
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3 of the top 4 are SEC (and 4 of the top 8)?

USC being 25 is a scathing indictment of how these guys feel about Lane Kiffin. USC should be top 5-6 by default.

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Could you post Alabama's? Will rep of course.

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Coaching: There was no doubt among our panelists as to which program has the best coaching situation in the country going forward. "Nick Saban's 'process' is the envy of every other team in the country," says Schlabach. "As long as he's there, they're going to be at the very top." And our panel is betting that Saban will continue to be on the Crimson Tide's sideline the next three seasons. "I don't think he's at an age where he's looking to seek out a new challenge," Luginbill says of the 61-year-old Saban. "I think he wants to see if he can create, quite possibly, the greatest dynasty in the history of college football."

Current Talent: In addition to established stars like QB AJ McCarron, RB T.J. Yeldon, WR Amari Cooper, OT Cyrus Kouandjio, LB C.J. Mosley and FS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, there is young talent ready to step in after them. RB Derrick Henry, WR Chris Black, FS Landon Collins and LB Ryan Anderson are among the guys to keep an eye on. As is tight end O.J. Howard. "If there's one position where they haven't had a true difference-maker since Saban has been there, it's at tight end," says Luginbill. "Howard could be that guy."

Recruiting: The anatomy of a perfect 10 rating: The Crimson Tide haven't finished outside the top three in ESPN's recruiting class rankings since 2007, and they're coming off back-to-back No. 1 classes. They currently own the No. 2 class for 2014 on the strength of highly ranked pocket passer David Cornwell's recent commitment.

Title Path: This was the only category in which the Tide slipped a little, a credit to the ultracompetitive SEC West. But as Alabama has shown in the past two seasons, it's possible for an SEC team to withstand a conference loss and still make it to the national championship game.

Program Power: As important as Saban is, our experts agree that Alabama's facilities, resources and institutional support contribute greatly to the program's success. "You have every resource at your disposal there to win long term. It's what separates them from everybody else," says Luginbill. "Everybody's heard the 'all-in' slogan when talking about college football programs. But when Alabama uses the phrase 'all-in,' they're not just talking about the football program; they're talking about the university as a whole. Whether you're the track coach or the assistant professor in the sociology wing, everybody there understands that when football drives the bus, everybody wins."
 
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Coaching: Florida's rating in this category kept it from jumping ahead of Ohio State and LSU, as Will Muschamp didn't score as high as several of the other coaches in the top 10 of these rankings. "I think there was a jury's-still-out feeling on some of the newer head coaches in these rankings, and the voting on Muschamp reflected that," says Haney. "But that could change with another good year -- and I think it'll come around as Will gets more comfortable there. Coaches I've talked to think they're running that program as something of a 'Bama Light.' They're constructed kind of the same way."

Current Talent: The Gators tied for second in this category with LSU, behind Bama. Guys like Dominique Easley, Ronald Powell and Loucheiz Purifoy are already on NFL radars, and future stars like 2013 recruits RB Kelvin Taylor and CB Vernon Hargreaves III should keep the talent level high in future seasons. But there is improvement to be made. "Muschamp is going to build his team around defense," says Schlabach, "but they're going to have to get better on offense." That'll start this year with QB Jeff Driskel, currently a fringe NFL prospect.

Recruiting: Coming off back-to-back top-five classes, the Gators' best opportunity for continued improvement is on the trail. "They're in the biggest recruiting hotbed in the country," Schlabach says. "Muschamp should be able to cherry-pick any player he wants."

Title Path: Florida's numbers took a hit in this category. Despite playing in the relatively easier East Division, there are enough obstacles every season to interfere with the Gators' championship plans.

Program Power: From the recruiting base to the facilities to the resources (UF ranks in the top five nationally in total revenue), plenty of factors support the Gators' continued rise to the top of college football.
 
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Sortable spreadsheet of all teams please JR, thanks, lemme know when it's done.

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Don't have spreadsheet. I can post the whole thing if you want.
 
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Don't have spreadsheet. I can post the whole thing if you want.
Yeah but no copy and paste, type it out manually in .txt so there's no formatting then screenshot that in using a secured server. No HTTP BS, I want that "s".

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Now you're just messin' with me, aren't you? You'll have to settle for this.

1. Alabama


2. Ohio State


3. LSU


4. Florida


5. Michigan


6. Notre Dame


7. Florida State


8. Texas A&M


9. Georgia


10. Stanford


11. Oregon


12. Texas


13. Clemson


14. Oklahoma


15. South Carolina


16. Louisville


17. Oklahoma State


18. Miami


19. TCU


20. Virginia Tech


21. North Carolina


22. UCLA


23. Auburn


24. Baylor


25. USC


Five that just missed

 
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Can you post the Sun Belt Conference?
Just playing.

I think TCU is a little low but I'm biased. I think Michigan is overrated and Louisville is too.

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