- West Texas A&M - Three-time defending LSC champion with talent and depth across the board
- Abilene Christian - Top-end talent best in LSC, but lack depth of WT. Defense unproven.
- Tarleton State - Returning skill positions just slightly below top two. Rebuilt defense is the question.
- Texas A&M-Commerce - Will offense catch up to defense this year and justify national ranking?
- Midwestern State - LSC top defense will try to carry team while offense finds its groove in post Polk-era.
- Texas A&M-Kingville - Young, but experienced team gets boost at skill positions. Line play on both sides of ball should be improved.
- Southeastern Oklahoma - Offseason distractions make fifth consecutive LSC North title improbable.
- Southwestern Oklahoma - Don't seem to be quite enough playmakers to move higher.
- Angelo State - Was team young and talented or just young? Expect another step in the right direction.
- East Central - front-line talent seems improved, but depth is a concern.
- Northeastern State - improved QB play could move the Riverhawks up the ladder.
- Central Oklahoma - graduated some great players, and with emphasis on high school recruiting, Bronchos could be in rebuilding mode for a few years.
- Eastern New Mexico - combination of system changes and large influx of youngsters could make for a long year for the Greyhounds.
Monday, August 25, 2008
LSC Power Poll
Posted by LSC Scoop at 8:59 PM