After weeks of hype, Goz has released his Top 25. Do you agree? Do you disagree? Let us know below
3 Ohio State
5 Florida State
9 Penn State
11 Notre Dame
13 Oregon State
18 Texas A&M
19 Kansas State
20 North Carolina
22 South Carolina
23 Texas Tech
Can Georgia 3-Peat? YES! Of course the two-time defending national champions will be a favorite in every game this season (barring any major injuries). The Bulldogs have a very easy schedule. What team could knock them off? It may not be until the SEC title game where the Bulldogs are even tested and by then, a loss in the SEC Title game can still clinch them a spot in the college football playoff. Georgia is without question this year's TOP DAWG in college football
Is Texas Back?...seriously tho- If you have listened to Levack and Goz or have followed me on social media (@TomGozz on X) you will know I have enjoyed blasting the overrated Texas Longhorn football program the past decade. That ends in 2023. With a loaded offense and a strong QB room (I see Ewers and Manning both seeing the field), Texas is the most talented team in the Big 12. We have said that a lot about Texas the past ten seasons. This is the year the Longhorns proof it before heading to the SEC in the future.
What team is the sleeper can will steal the spotlight in 2023?... Oregon State!-Believe in the Beav. Last season Oregon State finished the year at 10-3 with two of those losses by coming by a combined six points. The Beavers have a new stadium, a new QB and even stronger team in 2023. Oregon State doesn't play USC and gets Utah, UCLA and Washington all at home. Don't be surprised if the Beavers are undefeated when the Civil War against Oregon takes place in late November.
Tom "Goz" Goslowski covers college football from Division 1 to Division 3 across Upstate New York. Goz has represented New York's Capital Region as a Heisman Trophy voter since 2015. This season, Goz will also be voting on these college football accolades College Football Hall of Fame Bronko Nagurski Award Outland Trophy Award Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award