With only six returning starters, 2016 would be a rebuilding season at most schools. Has Urban Meyer turned Ohio State into a situation where the Buckeyes merely reload rather than rebuild? We'll find out in 2016.
Last year, Wisconsin won 10 games in atypical fashion due to injuries. Now that Corey Clement is healthy, you'd expect Wisconsin to be even better. And they might be, but might have a worse record thanks to a rugged schedule in 2016.
Northwestern found a quarterback in a freshman, combined that with one of the nation’s best defenses, and won 10 games in 2015. Most of the best parts of NW return in 2016 - what does that mean for the Wildcats?
Wyoming went 2-10 in 2015 with issues on both sides of the ball, especially on defense where freshmen made up over half of the two-deep. Those freshmen are now a year more experienced...will that mean an bounce back in 2016?