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Aug. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- #100: Central Michigan
Schedule strength: 96
Roster strength: 99
Overall potential: 99

The short on the Chippewas:
Quarterback Ryan Radcliffe must cut down on turnovers, and be ready to go on gameday every week if Central Michigan is going to have any chance at wins this season. The offensive line is strong, and can give him the time to make plays. What kind of plays he makes will determine the Chippewas fate. A solid secondary on defense will keep Central Michigan in games, but in the end wins will be hard to come by.
#99: Troy
Schedule strength: 89
Roster strength: 104
Overall potential: 100

The short on the Trojans:
Will quarterback Corey Robinon come around into being a great team leader? His breakout freshman season was followed up by a lackluster sophomore season. His leadership abilities is one key for the Trojans. Another key is cutting down on turnovers. In games the Trojans committed a turnover, they lost. The elements on offense are all there and Troy State has a solid defense as well. Pulling it all together is all the Trojans need to do for a successful campaign.
#98: Fresno State
Schedule strength: 80
Roster strength: 121
Overall potential: 91

The short on the Bulldogs:
The Pat Hill era is over. Tim DeRusyter takes over a Fresno State team that has seen its fortunes fade over the past few seasons. The Bulldogs have soured in recent years because their defense has sprung more and more leaks each year. A strong defense is a must for Fresno State. On offense, quarterback Derek Carr will once again operate from the run and gun. Fresno State will win some, but they are still a year or two away from contending.
#97: Indiana
Schedule strength: 108
Roster strength: 66
Overall potential: 109

The short on the Hoosiers:
Second year head coach Kevin Wilson still has high hopes his team can break through and get back on the winning side. Tre Roberson should be the offensive leader, and Isaiah Roundtree should see plenty of action as well. A load of junior college transfers wil see plenty of playing time and will help give the Hoosiers strength on both sides of the line. Playing in the Big Ten with so many elites and stronger teams only adds up to another long season for Indiana.
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