College football’s bowl season is now upon upon us. The system that the NCAA currently has in place is badly broken, so there will be many games that aren’t worth watching. However, there are still a few pretty good ones if you have the time. Check out below:
December 27, 2007– Pacific Life Holiday Bowl at San Diego California. #11 Arizona State vs #19 Texas.
The game should be a pretty good one as two of the best teams from their respective conferences clash in a bigtime match.
January 1, 2008- Capitol One Bowl at Orlando Florida. #12 Florida vs Michigan
Ooooh, there’s nothing I love so much as an old-fashioned beatdown of a way overrated team in Michigan. Michigan got beat by Appalachian State to begin the year (first ranked Division 1 team to lose to a Division 2). In the next game, Oregon humiliated Michigan in a blowout. Michigan managed to win the following few games in it’s weak-ass conference and somehow made it to a bowl. Florida is playing at home and is an extremely dominant team featuring Heisman winner Tim Tebow. I am going to enjoy watching another nail being hammered in the Michigan coffin.
January 1, 2008– The Rose Bowl Game. #7 USC versus #13 Illinois.
Another entertaining game of watching a team from the crummy Big-10 conference get beat. USC should be playing in the national championship game, but instead we will enjoy watching Illinois get bombarded by one of the most heralded teams ever assembled in college football.
January 7, 2008-BCS National Championship Game.
Ohio State should not be here and LSU will demonstrate to them why.
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