If I'm a Penn State fan, I'd be worried about the fact that there's no wide receiver for Darryl Clark to throw to in 2010.
Georgia: Whether the new quarterback-running back combination will be anything as good as the Matt Stafford- Knowshoun Moreno one. If not, we're in trouble...
LSU: If quarterback Jarrett "INT" Lee could connect with his own player instead of the opposing defensive backs - and he'd also worry about whether LSU's non-show against Georgia and Florida was just a blimp, or 2009 might be as bad.
Fans in the State of Washington: Worrying whether 2009 could possibly be as bad as 2008.
USC: Never mind Ohio State on the third game of the season - how about when Pete Carroll's boys turn up to Autzen Stadium on Hallowe'en?
Ohio State: USC coming to town on the third game of the season. Oh, and the small game at Happy Valley towards the end of it.
Tennessee: Whether there will be enough of my team left once Lane Kiffin's finished kicking everybody out. The way he's going, it's touch and go.
Texas: What those f***ers at Oklahoma are up to.
Oklahoma: What those f***ers at Texas are up to.
Oklahoma and Texas: What those f***ers at the Big XII are up to.
Texas A&M/Oklahoma State/ Texas Tech: Whether Texas and Oklahoma will ever be bad enough to give us a Big XII title chance!
Texas Tech (2): Whether there's life after Michael Crabtree. And if it could be any more as entertaining.
Ole Miss: That maybe the partying got too much for me during 2008 and the Jan 1 Bowl win and victory at Florida was, in fact, a game my mind was playing on me.
Michigan: The way the economy's going, there are bigger things to worry about in the State of Michigan - like homes, jobs.......and the new quarterback.
Michigan State/Iowa: Life without a prime-time running back.
West Virginia: What life will be without Pat White.
Florida: Whether T-God can make it 3 National Championships in four years. And how much damage the departure of Percy Harvin will do to the team.
Florida State: How 'Cheatgate' will fully affect the team.
Alabama: How good will Nick Saban be with a new quarterback, a new offensive line, and a new running back?
Notre Dame: With Jesus, Charlie and Jimmy (not necessarily in that order) in charge, why worry?