August 8, 2013

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NCAA Football Games To Watch In 2013

By: Joe Williams

August 31, Georgia at Clemson

Could there be a better way to start the season that with two teams ranked in the top eight who have serious national championship aspirations? It doesn’t get much better than that. Unfortunately, the hopes of either Georgia or Clemson will take a hit before we hit September.

Georgia starts the 2013 season with two very important games.

September 7, South Carolina at Georgia

If Georgia survives the Clemson game, it will have to bounce back quickly to deal with another team in the top 10 in Steve Spurrier’s Gamecocks. This game could determine who gets to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game.

September 14, Alabama at Texas A&M

Last year, Texas A&M shocked the Tide on its home field. This year it’s the defending national champions against the reigning Heisman Trophy winner. Maybe. It’s college football’s top coach Nick Saban against college football’s biggest star Johnny Manziel. Maybe. Can the Aggies knock off the Crimson Tide again? That likely depends on what happens with the NCAA investigation into Manziel’s autograph signings. He could be suspended. Or maybe this breaking news will turn into much ado about nothing. The impact of this game changes if he doesn’t play. My guess is that if he misses any games it will be just two and he makes his season debut against Alabama.

October 25, Boise State at BYU

Both Boise State and BYU could come in to this game on a BCS party-crashing run. Only one of them can leave this game that way. And they’ll have the college football audience to themselves with this game being played on a Friday night.

November 7, Oregon at Stanford

In 2011 Oregon ended Stanford’s perfect season. In 2012 Stanford returned the favor. In 2013 they are ranked No. 3 and No. 4 in the USA Today Coaches’ Preseason Poll. One of these teams could be playing for a national championship game spot.

November 30, Ohio State at Michigan

The Buckeyes are coming off of an undefeated season and are now eligible for the postseason. The schedule sets up for them to make a run at the national championship game. Meanwhile, the Wolverines have returned to national prominence after a couple of down years and could make their own run if they catch a couple breaks.

November 30, Florida State at Florida

The Florida vs. Florida State rivalry has been heating back up lately and with these two teams starting the season at No. 10 and No. 12 in the preseason poll, this is a potentially huge game for at least one of these teams.

December 5, Louisville at Cincinnati

The Cardinals have one of the top quarterbacks in the nation. They begin the year at No. 9 and they don’t really play anybody that tough. They could be unbeaten and playing for a national title spot when they meet Cincinnati.

December 7, SEC Championship Game

While we don’t know which teams will be on the field in this game, we do know that it’s pretty much an unofficial playoff game with the winner headed to the national title game. It seems to happen every year so why not again in 2013?

One response to "NCAA Football Games To Watch In 2013"
September 26, 2013

I was wondering if you ever considered changing the layout of your
blog? Its very well written; I love what youve got to say.
But maybe you could a little more in the way
of content so people could connect with it better.
Youve got an awful lot of text for only having one or two pictures.
Maybe you could space it out better?

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