Here is your complete breakdown of every College Football teams returning starters from the Phil Steele’s 2018 College Football Preview. There will be a update closer to the start of the season due to possible transfers after the magazine was published.
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Last year there were 18 teams that returned 16 starters or more, including their QB. Of those 18 teams, 13 had a better record in 2017 than they did in 2016. One had the same record, and only 4 of the 18 had a weaker record.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, there were 18 teams that returned 11 or fewer starters that did not have a returning starter at QB. Of those 18 teams, 5 had a better record. Of the 18 least experienced teams, 12 had a weaker record in 2017 than they did in 2016 and one had the same.
With all that in mind, the numbers listed below provide a good window into what to expect in 2018. I broke them down first by overall ranking Michigan St, Kansas and Florida are looking good and Hawaii and Colorado St are not, and then by conference.
Note: A (1) in the QB Column denotes that teams starting QB is back.
Here is the breakdown by Conference. Conference rank in ( ).
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