"College Football Live" and ESPN.com are teamed up to celebrate ''100 Days Till Football'' on Tuesday, May 22. A series of 10 top-10 lists were unveiled giving you a chance to cast your votes. One such list is predictions for the season, and you'll find five of those prognostications below. Do you agree with them?

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Derek Dooley done?

Derek Dooley is 11-14 in his two seasons with Tennessee and just 4-12 in the SEC. Patience is in short supply in Knoxville. Would a slow start cost Dooley his job?

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Prediction: Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley will be fired before the end of the season.

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    56%
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    44%

Discuss (Total votes: 4,987)


Strong start in Columbus?

Can new Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer get his team to nine wins in his first season, something he couldn't do in his last season with the Florida Gators?

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Prediction: Ohio State will win nine or more games.

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    42%
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    58%

Discuss (Total votes: 5,295)


Party like it's 1999?

Head coach Jimbo Fisher has led the Seminoles to a respectable 19-8 record in his first two seasons filling Bobby Bowden's shoes, but are the Seminoles back for good?

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Prediction: Florida State is back.

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    57%
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    43%

Discuss (Total votes: 5,276)


From fourth to first?

Wisconsin's Montee Ball finished fourth in the Heisman voting last year and will have to contend with sixth-place USC quarterback Matt Barkley again this year.

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Prediction: Wisconsin running back Montee Ball will win the Heisman Trophy.

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    36%
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    64%

Discuss (Total votes: 5,201)


Pac-12 vs. SEC?

Oregon felt it could have played for a national title last season, and LSU is anxious to get back to erase the memory of putting up a goose egg against Alabama in the title game.

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Prediction: The national championship game will feature Oregon and LSU.

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    48%
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    19%
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    28%
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    5%

Discuss (Total votes: 5,233)

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