I'll play, but the T-14 is no fun cuz it never changes.
I can see UT holding on to the tie with GULC, or even pushing beyond them. I think the dean thing hurts but I think they average two years for the peer review part..
Illinois falls to 40 this year or next due to huge embarrassment over lying to the whole country about its incoming students. 168 median? try 163.
Hastings gets fuzzy with math and pushes their rank up to where their peer scores say it should be, 30 or so. Emory bounces back a little, 28, trolls go home on Emory is TTT.
Everyones employment goes down with new recording rules so schools like SMU and CU (both are like 164 or 165 and 3.65) with high medians for their rank move up.
Pepperdine renews its push up the charts with its "lets travel around the country and tell everyone how great we are, strategy." Maybe T1.
FSU back to T2.
Seton Hall back down to where it belongs.
Mizzou is somehow TTT now and that has to change. I think four years ago they were like #51? At least back in T2 now that they've got their career services straitened out (aka now willing to lie).
That's all I got.
Edit. Forgot to add a Romney bump for BYU. I'll give it 32.