Things we can expect to see this year in college football . . . or my name isn't Jeane Dixon:

- Parity will continue in major college football, causing, among other things, Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler, after yet another loss to Indiana, to be fired by Michigan athletic director Bo Schembechler.- An exception to the above-mentioned parity will be in the state of Florida, where Florida State, Miami, the University of Florida, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will all play well enough to challenge for the national college championship. Why Florida has become a hotbed of college football will continue to baffle NCAA investigators as they wade their way through football facility parking lots at FSU, Florida and Miami jammed with Mercedes Benzes, Ferraris and BMWs.

- Speaking of Florida football, when BYU plays at Miami Dec. 3 the Cougars will discover that the best offense is staying closer to home.

- The WAC will finish like this: 1. BYU, 2. UTEP, 3. Air Force, 4. Wyoming, 5. San Diego State, 6. Utah, 7. Colorado State, 8. Hawaii, 9. New Mexico.

- UTEP will come within a game of winning the WAC title and will play in the Sun Bowl, in the Sun Bowl; New Mexico will exceed last year's win total (zero) by beating both New Mexico State and Akron in the first month, but won't win a conference game.

- The Big West Conference will finish like this: 1. Utah State, 2. Fresno State, 3. San Jose State, 4. Fullerton State, 5. Pacific, 6. Long Beach State, 7. Nevada-Las Vegas, 8. New Mexico State.

- The reason Utah State will win the Big West is because after playing the likes of Nebraska, Missouri and Brigham Young in three of the first four games of the season, league games will seem like taking the week off.

- The Big Sky Conference will finish like this: 1. Idaho, 2. Weber State, 3. Northern Arizona, 4. Nevada-Reno, 5. Montana, 6. Boise State, 7. Eastern Washington, 8. Idaho State, 9. Montana State.

- Weber could win the Big Sky except for one problem. The Wildcats have to play Idaho in Moscow, and after winning 59-30 there last December over an injury-riddled Vandal team in the Div. I-AA playoffs, Weber State will be as welcome in Idaho as the Aryan Nation.

- Utah State's football revival will have people in Logan so giddy they'll be wearing hats like the ones Chuck Shelton wears.

- Utah's summer drug scandal will serve as a rallying cry for the beleaguered Utes, who will Just Say No to mediocrity long enough to beat Idaho State by seven touchdowns in the season opener Sept. 10.

- Jamelle Holieway of Oklahoma, with a personal won-lost record of 27-1 the past three seasons, will win the Heisman Trophy.

- Florida State will win the national championship.

- The new rule change that allows defensive units to score on extra-point tries will generate considerable excitement, especially among defensive linemen, some of whom will run 99 yards for the first time ever.

- With only Rice University not on probation by season's end, the Southwest Conference will secede from the NCAA, creating a new league with a new set of recruiting rules. To wit: Recruits will be able to make unlimited visits to the SWC schools of their choice but there will be a limit on chicken fried steak dinners (27), complimentary gifts (12 per recruit, not to include more than one pair of lizard skin boots and one country club membership), free automobiles (must be made in America and must have a stock car stereo), and number of jobs allowable per recruit's parents (two).

- By mid-December, SMU will be put on probation by the Southwest Conference.

- In reply to Brian Bosworth's tell-all book, Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer will write his own book, "The Switz," which will detail the clean, positive aspects of Sooner football. The book will sell 14 copies.

- Tired of all the jokes, the University of Utah's defense will answer by ripping up the phone book . . . the Santaquin phone book.

- And the more things change, the more they'll stay the same . . . Like always, Nebraska will lose to Oklahoma . . . Columbia will lose to Yale and Harvard (but not - write this down - to Dartmouth, and the streak will be over on Nov. 5) . . . Stanford-Cal will be another Big Game, even though they'll both be 5-5 at the time . . . coaches will want to look at the films . . . every time you turn on TV, Notre Dame will be playing . . .BYU will win nine games . . . Mike Price will tell jokes . . . Utah will be a year away . . . and the same guy who has been calling in for years, and is too cheap to subscribe, will call the newspaper office every Monday and ask how Slippery Rock did over the weekend.