College football hits its start button in exactly one week.
So before the first block-in-the-back penalty, the first missed tackle, the first wasted timeout, let's remember right now every team is undefeated and every best-case scenario is still possible.
Scenarios such as these:
Kentucky: New coordinator Shannon Dawson jump-starts the offense, Mark Stoops finds some linebackers on defense and everyone is happy with their new seats in the new Commonwealth Stadium.
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Louisville: The U of L offense is so surprisingly good Bobby Petrino doesn't chew out a single player all season as even Kentucky fans stop making Petrino jokes.
Eastern Kentucky: Star running back Dy'Shawn Mobley is completely healthy when facing his former teammates at UK on Oct. 3.
Western Kentucky: Head coach Jeff Brohm's offense is so potent that workers have to keep rewiring the scoreboard at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium.
South Carolina: Freshly named starting quarterback Connor Mitch performs to such a level even Steve Spurrier dare not yank him.
Florida State: Not a single Seminole is involved in a single off-the-field incident. (Remember, this is a dream scenario.)
Baylor: The Bears are so good people quit asking Coach Art Briles what he knew about Sam Ukwuachu and when did he know it.
TCU: The Horned Frogs' legitimate national title hopes are not deep-sixed by the fact the Big 12 doesn't have a conference championship game.
Oregon: Just when you think the Ducks have exhausted all sartorial options, UO somehow finds yet another uniform combination.
Notre Dame: Head coach Brian Kelly's face doesn't turn the color of a ripe tomato all season.
Alabama: The Tide goes undefeated which causes gleeful Nick Saban to proclaim that unauthorized biography about the Alabama coach — the one Saban ripped — really wasn't that bad.
Auburn: Will Muschamp proves that while he may not be much as a head coach, he's the best defensive coordinator in the country.
Tennessee: All the experts predicting a rapid rise by the Volunteers aren't jumping the gun and actually know what they're talking about.
Oklahoma and Texas: Fans find a reason to start paying attention to the Sooners and Longhorns again.
Michigan: New coach Jim Harbaugh fixes the Wolverines far faster than expected, which giddy Michigan fans are expecting anyway.
Michigan State: Quarterback Connor Cook wins the Heisman Trophy on the basis of his brilliant performance in the Spartans' upset of top-ranked Ohio State on Nov. 21 in Columbus.
Georgia: The Bulldogs find a way to avoid that one head-scratching loss that always wrecks Mark Richt's season.
Georgia Tech: For the eighth consecutive year, when defending Paul Johnson's option offense, opponents keep tackling the Yellow Jacket who doesn't have the football.
Southern Cal: Head coach Steve Sarkisian makes it through an entire season without texting AD Pat Haden to come down to the field and yell at the refs.
Texas A&M: Sophomore quarterback Kyle Allen is so impressive Aggies fans say he is Johnny Manziel without being Johnny Manziel.
LSU: The loss of veteran coordinator John Chavis to a truckload of Texas A&M money doesn't hurt the Tigers' defense one little bit.
Missouri: Gary Pinkel smiles as once again no one pays any attention to Mizzou.
Ohio State: The defending national champions and unanimous preseason No. 1-ranked Buckeyes are so good Urban Meyer decides to bench Cardale Jones or J.T. Barrett and start his third-string quarterback just to give the opposition a chance.
Me: The website Pollspeak, which went out of business last year, doesn't come back to life and vote yours truly the "Worst AP Voter of the Week." It's happened before.