I don't agree they have the easiest overall schedule in CFB, but if you just factor the non-conference portion compared to other projected top 10 teams they would be close to the top of the list (Hawaii, UCF, and Colorado). Their schedule is very similar to ours last year in that it is very back loaded. Should easily start 7-0 but then have road games at Michigan State, Iowa, and OSU.
Was taking a look at other schools non-conference schedules and I know this is really hard to believe but Baylor has yet again outdone themselves: Northwestern St, Rice, and SMU. Their AD got fired correct?