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Juniper defines a smart watch as "a smart wearable appcessory that can be worn on a user's wrist, offering a range of smart functionalities in conjunction with an external platform, such as the smartphone or tablet." Those functions include displaying call, text and email alerts, accessing stock and weather information or "any fitness, sports or commerce applications such as heart rate monitoring, payments or ticketing."

One category of smart watch is what Juniper calls the "dashboard/console watch," which is simply a "dumb terminal" acting as a display for information and data from another companion device. One example is the CooKoo watch , with the CooKoo Connected App for iOS. It uses Bluetooth 4.0 LE wireless technology to connect with Bluetooth SMART READY devices including iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad mini, and 3rd, 4th, and 5th generation iPads.

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By contrast, according to Juniper, "multi-function" smart watches can do a bunch of things on their own, in addition to working with the phone or tablet. Juniper didn't give an example but the Pebble E-Paper Watch , a Kickstarter darling, is certainly one, offering "beautiful downloadable watchfaces and useful internet-connected apps," according to the website spiel. "Pebble connects to iPhone and Android smartphones using Bluetooth, alerting you with a silent vibration to incoming calls, emails and messages." Another is the Italian-designed i'm Watch .A

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China maxing out on debt

As China migrates to a single-digit growth rate economy with higher wages, attention is now turning to the banking sector’s ability to manage ballooning debt. One study by CLSA analyst Francis Cheung notes that total Chinese debt has doubled in the last four years, and could rise from around 198% of GDP by the end of 2012 to 245% of GDP by 2015. The Fitch Ratings agency has signaled a warning on the growth rate of Chinese debt. Gordon Chang notes in Forbes that the days of credit-fueled growth may be facing a dramatic slowdown, as every dollar in credit growth in 2007 was associated with 87 cents of growth—whereas currently, every dollar of credit growth is associated with a paltry 17 cents of growth. Given this dramatic deceleration of the multiplier effect associated with debt growth, it would appear that a very significant near-term deceleration of economic growth is underway in China.

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Meanwhile, a weakening yen and relatively flat wage growth in Japan have supported Japanese markets, as reflected in Wisdom Tree Japan Hedged (DXJ) and the iShares MSCI Japan (EWJ) ETFs. Aggressive monetary policy in the United States has supported the S&P 500, as reflected in the State Street Global Advisors S&P 500 SDPR (SPY), State Street Global Advisors Dow Jones SPDR (DIA), and Blackrock iShares S&P 500 Index (IVV), which have been up nearly 17% over the past year. Given China’s current financial challenges, both the U.S. equity markets and the “Abenomics”-driven Japanese equity markets may continue to outpace China’s iShares FTSE China 25 Index Fund (FXI) and Korea’s iShares MSCI South Korea Capped Index Fund (EWY).

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Shares of Tiffany rose 0.1 percent to $81.75 in morning trading.

An Ipsos poll conducted for Reuters earlier this month found 35 percent of Americans planned to spend less on jewelry in the 2013 holiday season, while only 5 percent expected to spend more.

Tiffany said it still expected net sales worldwide to increase by a mid-single-digit percentage rate for the year, including the effect of the strong dollar.

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Same-store sales climbed 5 percent, in line with estimates. Excluding currency fluctuations, they were up 7 percent in Europe and 8 percent in Japan.

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Tiffany said price increases in some categories had not deterred shoppers.

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Last year, Tiffany's shares came under attack after it repeatedly lowered its forecasts.

(Reporting by Phil Wahba in New York; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn and John Wallace)

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China’s wage inflation: Bad news for corporate profits and banks By Marc Wiersum | Market Realist  –  4 hours ago RELATED QUOTES Symbol Price Change DIA 147.499 DXJ 44.191 EWJ 11.07 IVV 164.19 SPY 163.33

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Chinese clothing Wage inflation in Chinese manufacturing

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China maxing out on debt

As China migrates to a single-digit growth rate economy with higher wages, attention is now turning to the banking sector’s ability to manage ballooning debt. One study by CLSA analyst Francis Cheung notes that total Chinese debt has doubled in the last four years, and could rise from around 198% of GDP by the end of 2012 to 245% of GDP by 2015. The Fitch Ratings agency has signaled a warning on the growth rate of Chinese debt. Gordon Chang notes in Forbes that the days of credit-fueled growth may be facing a dramatic slowdown, as every dollar in credit growth in 2007 was associated with 87 cents of growth—whereas currently, every dollar of credit growth is associated with a paltry 17 cents of growth. Given this dramatic deceleration of the multiplier effect associated with debt growth, it would appear that a very significant near-term deceleration of economic growth is underway in China.

Outlook

Meanwhile, a weakening yen and relatively flat wage growth in Japan have supported Japanese markets, as reflected in Wisdom Tree Japan Hedged (DXJ) and the iShares MSCI Japan (EWJ) ETFs. Aggressive monetary policy in the United States has supported the S&P 500, as reflected in the State Street Global Advisors S&P 500 SDPR (SPY), State Street Global Advisors Dow Jones SPDR (DIA), and Blackrock iShares S&P 500 Index (IVV), which have been up nearly 17% over the past year. Given China’s current financial challenges, both the U.S. equity markets and the “Abenomics”-driven Japanese equity markets may continue to outpace China’s iShares FTSE China 25 Index Fund (FXI) and Korea’s iShares MSCI South Korea Capped Index Fund (EWY).

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China maxing out on debt

As China migrates to a single-digit growth rate economy with higher wages, attention is now turning to the banking sector’s ability to manage ballooning debt. One study by CLSA analyst Francis Cheung notes that total Chinese debt has doubled in the last four years, and could rise from around 198% of GDP by the end of 2012 to 245% of GDP by 2015. The Fitch Ratings agency has signaled a warning on the growth rate of Chinese debt. Gordon Chang notes in Forbes that the days of credit-fueled growth may be facing a dramatic slowdown, as every dollar in credit growth in 2007 was associated with 87 cents of growth—whereas currently, every dollar of credit growth is associated with a paltry 17 cents of growth. Given this dramatic deceleration of the multiplier effect associated with debt growth, it would appear that a very significant near-term deceleration of economic growth is underway in China.

Outlook

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the north face sale Needless to say, suspicion and hearsay aren't enough even for the inconsistent NCAA to take Manziel off the field for a significant period of time.

One of the biggest misconceptions that floated through the Twittersphere is that other big football schools, and perhaps the Southeastern Conference as a whole, would have been so mad at Manziel being ruled ineligible that it would've increased the momentum for them to break away from the NCAA.

The truth is, it's the NCAA's member schools who wrote the rules and want them enforced. If there was proof that Manziel took money for signing autographs, suspending him would show that the system works. But the NCAA's investigative powers are purposefully limited. In this case, it could compel Manziel to talk, but not any of the autograph brokers who were allegedly involved with him, nor even his "manager" Nate Fitch, a former student at Texas A&M.

And if there was nobody to contradict Manziel's story and no paper trail, this wasn't the NCAA backing down from a threat to its existence; rather, it was quite simply the NCAA not being able to make a case.

PREVIOUSLY: Analysis of case facts

Though suspending Manziel for half of Texas A&M's opener against Rice is a noticeable break from NCAA protocol – suspensions are usually handed out as integers -- and may seem like a silly exercise in saving face, there is some logic involved.

Per NCAA bylaw 12.5.2.2, a college athlete is supposed to take steps to prevent their name or picture from being "used to promote a commercial product sold by an individual or agency" if it is being done without their permission. Given the sheer volume of memorabilia he had signed, Manziel could have plausibly admitted to signing items for autograph brokers but denied that he was paid. The only thing that could have gotten him in trouble is if the NCAA had caught him in a lie.

Thus, Manziel ends up with what the NCAA termed an "inadvertent violation" on Wednesday and a rather hollow suspension, which looks like a negotiated settlement that will allow both parties to move on.

Given the high-profile nature of the player involved and the fact that ESPN's report made the investigation public, it was to everybody's benefit for the NCAA to give Texas A&M a thumbs up or thumbs down before Saturday.

But once again, it illustrated the complex nature of the NCAA's role in making sure players and schools are following the rules.

Dan Wolken, a national college football reporter for USA TODAY Sports, is on Twitter @DanWolken .

PHOTOS: COUNTING DOWN TO NO. 1

USA TODAY Sports' Paul Myerberg counts down the college football teams 125-1. Here are teams 50-4.  Jennifer Stewart, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 50. East Carolina: The Pirates join Marshall and Tulsa as the three best teams in Conference USA. Look for the season finale between the Pirates and the Thundering Herd to determine the East Division. Can ECU be one of the more surprising teams to come out of Conference USA? Without a doubt: ECU is very potent offensively and should have its best defense under fourth-year coach Ruffin McNeill, so a conference championship is very much a possibility.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 49. Louisiana-Lafayette: This team's excellent offense and strong defense makes it the favorite to win the Sun Belt Conference championship. This is one thing missing during coach Mark Hudspeth's otherwise superb two-year tenure with the program. While the Ragin' Cajuns' have some issues with the kicking game, that shouldn't prevent this team from winning eight or nine games during the regular season.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 48. San Diego State: SDS's schedule should prevent another season with nine wins, but the Aztecs are easily one of the top three teams in the Mountain West Conference and a threat to Fresno State in the West Division. Games against Ohio State, Oregon State, Fresno State and Boise State should end in defeat, but the majority of the Mountain West lacks SDSU's talent, experience and solid coaching.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 47. Mississippi: Ole Miss returns 18 starters, the most in the SEC, and reeled in one of the nation's best recruiting classes on national signing day. Will it be enough to join Alabama, Texas A&M and LSU in the race for the SEC West Division championship? It would not be wise to doubt coach Hugh Freeze, but the Rebels might need another year (and another recruiting class) before challenging for the SEC championship.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 46. Ball State: The Cardinals have gone 15-10 under coach Pete Lembo, winning nine games and reaching a bowl in 2012 The offense, led by quarterback Keith Wenning, should be one of the MAC's three best. To beat Northern Illinois and Toledo, the Cardinals must improve defensively.  Danny Wild, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 45. North Carolina: UNC enters year two under coach Larry Fedora with one of the ACC's best offenses but continued question marks on the defensive side of the ball. To return to the top of a crowded Coastal Division, UNC must do a better job stopping the run and forcing turnovers. While the Tar Heels have 10-win potential, a tough first half could lead to a fourth-place finish in the division.  Sam Sharpe, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 44. Toledo: The program has reeled in the MAC's top recruiting class not merely once but in each of the past four years, according to the rankings compiled by Rivals.com. This year's seniors have gone 26-13 during the past three seasons  Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 43. Arizona State: Quite clearly a Pac-12 South and Rose Bowl contender, a team with athleticism to burn on both sides of the ball, increased familiarity with the second-year coaching staff and the sort of next-level talent– any national challenger needs to weather the storm.  Cary Edmondson, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 42: UCF: This team joins the American Athletic Conference, along with three others former Conference USA rivals, and immediately becomes one of two strongest challengers to Louisville's place atop the league. Surprisingly, the Knights' issues are on defense, long an area of strength for the program. The offense, on the other hand, might be the American's best overall unit.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 41. Washington: This team already has the talent needed to challenge Stanford and Oregon for the Pac-12 North Division and a spot in the Rose Bowl. What the Huskies need is time to develop the many redshirt freshmen, sophomores and juniors set for starting or key reserve roles. With only two seniors set for starting jobs, UW might be a year away from reaching its full potential.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 40. Marshall: The program of Donnan and Pruett, Pennington and Leftwich enters the 2013 season with its highest expectations in more than a decade. After some fits and starts under fourth-year coach Doc Holliday – a step forward, two steps back – Marshall has the talent and offensive direction to storm through a reworked and revamped Conference USA and challenge for nine or more wins during the regular season.  2013-07-29-marshall Fullscreen 39. Ohio: There's no ignoring the Bobcats' talent and experience in the secondary. Returning cornerbacks like Carrie and Shaw, along with Wells and Fisher, give the Bobcats depth at the position unmatched – or even neared – by any rival in the MAC.  Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 38. Vanderbilt: The Commodores won nine games for the first in nearly a century last season, with five wins against the SEC. Last year's team finished 20th in the USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll, and compiled the nation's 19th-best recruiting class, according to Rivals.com.  Mark Humphrey, AP Fullscreen 37. Penn State: The Nittany Lions will need to replace eight starters, and the roster will lean more and more on non-scholarship players to augment smaller recruiting classes. The players will change, the standards might change, but the formula will remain the same: Coach Bill O'Brien will develop skill players, putting his talent in position to succeed, and weather the storm with every tool at his disposal.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 36. Oregon State: Last season marked a nice return to the status quo. OSU was picked sixth in the Pac-12 North Division – last, behind Washington State – and won nine games, ending the year in third place in the North, inside the top 20 nationally, back on the national radar. So what happens when the Beavers, picked third in the 2013 preseason poll, are handed logical expectations?  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 35. Georgia Tech: The Yellow Jackets' offense is more diverse and dynamic than it often gets credit for being. Sophomore Vad Lee, who has shown aptitude as a passer in addition to running chops, is the likely QB. In terms of career starts among its players, Georgia Tech is the FBS' third-most experienced team.  Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 34. Cincinnati: The Bearcats have a new coach, Tommy Tuberville, but enough returning talent and experience to challenge Louisville for the American Athletic Conference championship. Cincinnati also has one of the nation's easiest schedules, and could start 8-0 before hitting a snag in November. The season finale against Louisville could decide a Bowl Championship Series berth.  Al Behrman, AP Fullscreen 33. Baylor: The team's offense will continue to rank among the nation's best despite a change at quarterback, with junior Bryce Petty stepping into a starting role. Whether the Bears can leap into the Bowl Championship Series conversation depends on the play of a questionable if talented defense.  Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 32. Brigham Young: BYU has one of the best defenses in college football, which should help the Cougars survive what will again be one of the toughest schedules in the country. But to gain a national ranking, BYU needs help from new starting quarterback Taysom Hill and the rest of the offense.  Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 31. Wisconsin: This team has a new coach, Gary Andersen, but the standards won’t change. The Badgers have won three Big Ten titles in a row and reached three consecutive Rose Bowls, and enters 2013 with the same sense of purpose despite the new staff. But to get back to Pasadena, Wisconsin needs to choose a starting quarterback and solve some personnel issues in the defensive backfield.  Andy Manis, AP Fullscreen 30. UCLA: Jim Mora led the Bruins to the Pac-12 South Division title, upending USC in the process, marking his debut campaign a nearly unqualified success. With key returners and recruits, the next step is moving past the rival Trojans.  Christopher Hanewinckel, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 29. TCU: The Horned Frogs will deal with inexperience, youth and attrition – so it's similar to 2012, if to a lessened degree. In many ways, whether the Horned Frogs can regain their place in the championship picture hinges on one factor: whether TCU is stronger for last year's growing pains.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 28. Miami: This team enters 2013 with its best chance at an ACC championship in several years. But to reach that point, the Hurricanes must augment a very prolific offense with a stronger defense. For now, Miami has the weapons to score points on any team in the ACC but can’t be viewed as a championship contender until a young and untested defense rounds into form.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 27. Michigan State: The Spartans continue to house one of the nation’s best defenses, a group more than good enough to lift this team to the Rose Bowl. To rebound from last season’s disappointing seven-win finish, Michigan State must land more production from quarterback Andrew Maxwell and a stable of four or five backs battling to replace Le’Veon Bell.  Al Goldis, AP Fullscreen 26. Tulsa: The Golden Hurricane should be viewed as a heavy favorite to win another Conference USA championship. Tulsa has bigger goals, however, and could conceivably reach the Bowl Championship Series with a strong September against opponents like Oklahoma and Iowa State. For now, this team has too many issues on defense and is too reliant on freshmen for depth to be considered more than a contender for a national ranking.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 25. Fresno State: The team’s offense will be one of the best in the country. Quarterback Derek Carr, the third-year starter, should be viewed as an All-American contender and a darkhorse Heisman Trophy candidate. Whether the Bulldogs can win more than 10 games hinges on the defense’s ability to replace several stars, including an All-American at safety. The season will come down to two games against Boise State, one in the regular season and another in Mountain West Conference title game, should the Bulldogs reach that point.  Brian Losness, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 24. Kansas State: This year's squad enters a rebuilding year, a season far removed from last year's 11 wins, Big 12 title and Fiesta Bowl berth. Ten returning starters? No Heisman Trophy contenders? No All-American linebacker? The basic tune remains the same, just altered for 2013: KSU was questioned heading into last September. There's no reason to doubt Bill Snyder. The Wildcats were picked to finish eighth in the Big 12 in 2011 and finished second, and were picked to finish sixth last fall but finished first.  Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 23. Virginia Tech: The Hokies looks to rebound after winning only seven games, four in the ACC, a season ago. The offense has some depth issues at wide receiver and needs a big year from Logan Thomas. But the defense is one of the best in the ACC and one of the best in the entire country.  Douglas Jones, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 22. Northwestern: The Wildcats went 10-3 and won a bowl game in 2012 to enter this season with high confidence. Northwestern has a wonderful amount of talent on offense, especially at quarterback and running back. To win the Big Ten, the Wildcats must beat Nebraska and Michigan during the regular season.  Phil Sears, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 21. Northern Illinois: The Huskies remain the clear and undisputed leader in the MAC for another year, coaching change or no, and is once again a major threat for 12 or 13 wins and an at-large BCS bid.  Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 20. Oklahoma State: OSU has offense to spare but a few issues on defense. Is the offense alone good enough to win the Big 12? Maybe, especially if Texas and Oklahoma continue to tread water. But the Cowboys are not a complete team until the defense joins the offense.  USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 19. Southern California: USC looks to rebound after a painful 2012 season that began with enormous promise but ended at 7-6, behind UCLA in the Pac-12 South Division. To return to the championship race, the Trojans must find a new starting quarterback and land steady play from more than a dozen underclassmen set to hold major roles on offense and defense.  Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 18. Michigan: UM has more than enough talent to win the Big Ten Legends Division and play for a Rose Bowl berth, especially if quarterback Devin Gardner limits his turnovers. But the Wolverines are still very young at several key positions, so developing this youthful talent is the biggest key for the coming season.  Rick Osentoski, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 17. LSU: The program hired Cam Cameron as its new offensive coordinator, hoping the former Baltimore Ravens assistant can breathe life into a predictable unit. At the same time, LSU's proud defense faces some questions along the defensive line, which is traditionally a strength. While the Tigers might struggle at times, this team remains a BCS threat.  Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 16. Louisville: The Cardinals have the luxury of playing one of the nation's weakest schedules. At the same time, the Cardinals realize one loss will end their championship hopes. Expectations are high, but with coach Charlie Strong and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, anything is possible.  Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 15. Oklahoma: The Sooners need to settle on a starting quarterback before moving to the defense, which is once again short on bodies along the line. Another issue is the secondary, which must replace three starters. But the team as a whole remains dangerous inside and out of the Big 12.  Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 14. Florida: UF has a defense worthy of a national championship but an offense with some major question marks. For example, is quarterback Jeff Driskel ready to take the next step? If so, does he have the receivers to make this passing game click? With a tough schedule, any chance Florida has at playing for the national championship hinges on the growth of this offense.  Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 13. Notre Dame: The Fighting Irish return much of the same team that went 12-1 a season ago but are less explosive on both sides of the ball. To make another charge at the national championship, Notre Dame must land steady play from quarterback Tommy Rees and be equally stout on defense without All-American linebacker Manti Te’o.  Matt Cashore, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 12. Texas: The Longhorns should be viewed as the top team in the Big 12 and national championship contenders. Whether UT can finally break out of its slump depends entirely on the play of a defense three or four years removed from its glory days. With the offense turning a corner, the Longhorns’ defense is the lone missing piece of the puzzle. Overall, however, Texas is one of the most experienced teams in the country.  Brendan Maloney, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 11. Nebraska: Coach Bo Pelini, a lover of shutouts, leads a team almost wholly defined by its immensely talented offense. It's an offense to love, one with a senior quarterback, a 1,000-yard back, an elite receiver corps and a stout offensive front, but nevertheless – it's an offense, and Pelini viewed offenses with nothing short of disdain for every second of his pre-Nebraska career.  Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen No. 10: Clemson. Clemson lost leading receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the NFL in the offseason, but it has Sammy Watkins (shown) -- one of college football's top pass catchers -- back this season. And it also has senior quarterback Tajh Boyd, a legitimate Heisman trophy candidate throwing. That combination has helped Clemson become one of the ACC's top BCS candidates.  Joshua S. Kelly, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen No. 9: Boise State. Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick outruns two Washington defenders in last year's MAACO Bowl. Boise State enters the 2013 season with Southwick returning as its starting quarterback, which bodes well for the season. The Broncos are 51-2 under coach Chris Petersen in seasons when they've returned their starting QB.  Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 8. Florida State: FSU will lean on some of the nation's best depth to survive losses like quarterback EJ Manuel and defensive ends Bjoern Werner and Tank Carradine, among others. But the Seminoles' recruiting efforts will help this team survive despite the losses, especially on the defensive side of the ball. Keep an eye on redshirt freshman Jameis Winston, the replacement for Manuel at quarterback.  Melina Vastola, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 7. Texas AM: Johnny Manziel alone makes this offense one of the nation's best. In addition to the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, however, Texas A&M has one of the nation's best tackles in Jake Matthews, a superb backfield and some of the best talent receiver talent in the FBS. What's separating A&M from Alabama is a defense, though the Aggies could score enough points to top the Crimson Tide and all comers to win the program's first national title since 1939.  Troy Taormina, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 6. Georgia: This team has one of the nation's best offenses but must replace nine starters on defense. In a nightmare scenario, Georgia scores enough points to go undefeated but loses two or more games due ot an inability to stop opponents like Clemson, South Carolina and Florida. But if the young defense clicks, Georgia can win the national championship.  John David Mercer, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 5. South Carolina: This team has the schedule, talent, coaching and experience to win the SEC East Division and play for the conference championship. To get there, however, the Gamecocks need to land a healthy season from quarterback Connor Shaw. The defense, led by Jadeveon Clowney, will be one of the nation's best.  Curtis Wilson, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen 4. Oregon: This team will remain among the elite programs in college football despite a coaching change, with former offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Mark Helfrich replacing Chip Kelly. The offense will continue to roll behind quarterback Marcus Mariota, running back De’Anthony Thomas and a seasoned offensive line. The defense is raw at linebacker but could have the nation’s best secondary. The season comes down to Oregon’s trip to Stanford in November.  Scott Olmos, USA TODAY Sports Fullscreen Like this topic? You may also like these photo galleries: Replay Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last Slide Next Slide SHARE 11 CONNECT 37 TWEET COMMENT EMAIL MORE

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