Updated September 29, 2019 08:56:29 I know I’m not a football fan.
I’m pretty sure I can’t even imagine a game in which the opposing team plays for the national title.
But I’ve got my eye on some of the games to watch.
Here are a few of my favourites to get you hooked on the 2018 season.
West Virginia vs. Texas Tech (Nov. 30) The Mountaineers are expected to be one of the better teams in the country, but they’re still not a particularly great team.
Texas is the top team in the Big 12 and is expected to win the conference title.
There’s also the possibility that West Virginia and Texas Tech will play one another in a home-and-home series.
That could be a fun storyline.
I also like to think I’ve seen some really, really, good football this year.
TCU vs. TCU (Nov, 5) TCU is expected as the No. 1 team in America, but I’ve not seen many top-10 performances.
The Horned Frogs are expected as one of America’s top two teams, but there’s a chance they could drop out of the top spot.
If that happens, I think TCU will have a great year.
LSU vs. LSU (Nov., 23) LSU is the third-ranked team in college football and is also expected to finish No. 2 in the AP poll.
LSU is a team that was ranked higher than LSU last year, and it might be a little early to expect anything more from them.
If LSU can continue to play at this level and get back to where they were at the start of the season, then I think the Tigers could have a fantastic season.
Iowa vs. Kansas State (Nov 17) I’ve said it before, but this could be the best game of the year.
I think Kansas State will win this game.
I’ve also said it a few times: Kansas State is a great team and could win the Big 10.
They just need to keep playing at their current level and win a lot of games.
Michigan vs. Ohio State (Dec. 5) Michigan is one of two teams that will be undefeated.
They could finish No-2 in the polls and be one or two games ahead of Ohio State.
I don’t think the Buckeyes will win, but if they can keep the pressure on and get to the Cotton Bowl, I’m all in for a huge upset.
Oklahoma vs. Arkansas (Nov 15) The Sooners have lost four of their last five games, and they’re coming off a big win over Baylor.
I just think the Razorbacks are going to be a much tougher opponent than they were last year.
This game could be fun.
LSU and Texas vs. Baylor (Nov 20) This game has been mentioned a few weeks ago, but now it’s just too important to ignore.
The Longhorns have lost three of their past four games, including a heartbreaking loss to Oklahoma in which they lost 28-0.
I’ll be honest, I just don’t see the Longhorns making the Cotton Belt final, so I think this is the game to watch for the rest of the country.
Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State (Oct. 12) I’m going to pick the Sooners to win this one.
Oklahoma is coming off an embarrassing loss at TCU, and the Soonas are looking to improve upon that performance.
I can see them being a very good team in this one, and this game could really be fun for the whole nation.
Washington vs. Michigan State (Aug. 30, 2020) I know this is a tough call for most people, but the Spartans are expected in the Cotton and I’m picking them to win it.
Michigan is expected the No-1 team in our polls.
I really think the Wolverines can win this.
I’d like to see them beat Washington and TCU in the final.
Iowa and Texas to play in the Capital One Bowl (Aug 9) I don.t. think Iowa and Michigan will be playing each other in the next few weeks, but Texas is a very tough team.
If they can play well against the Huskies and Buckeyes, then Texas can really have a big year.
Nebraska vs. Northwestern (Oct 27) I think I have to pick Nebraska to win at Northwestern.
This is the toughest nonconference game of this season.
The Wildcats are the Big Ten champions, but it’s going to take a really big game to make a difference.
Nebraska and Northwestern have a very similar record, and I think they’ll play a really good game.
Georgia vs. Alabama (Oct 28) I can definitely see Georgia winning this game against Alabama.
The Bulldogs are one of a number of teams that are really strong in the SEC.
I still think the Tide can beat Georgia, but we don’t know what the final outcome will be until we see the final results of the