Wonder how they will adjust it when they realize XSF is taking his mission (as he is mentioned prominently in this blurb):
2009 Final CFN Ranking: 59
As Rick Neuheisel enters the third year of his rebuilding project in Westwood, it’s time for the offense to start carrying its weight. That’ll be particularly important in 2010 as the Bruins part ways with many of their best defensive stoppers. A lot will depend on the development of QB Kevin Prince in his second year as the starter. He’ll be helped by the returns of many of his skill position players and top blocker Xavier Su'a-Filo.
Over all, I don't expect us to be in the top-25 to start the season. However, I think if we can make a charge in the Pac-10 with a winning conference season, we are going to look all right at the end of the season.