Discussion in 'College Football Talk' started by Wardismvp, Dec 15, 2018.
I believe there are way too many bowl games, which ones
would be enjoyable to watch?
If I remember they're on, I pretty much watch all of them. The bigger ones, obviously, with more interest but sometimes those lesser ones turn out to be terrific football games.
Boy that was informative.
Outside of the top 4 the only games I’m interested in are Georgia/Texas, UCF/LSU, OSU/wash.
Sounds about right. I don't get a chance to watch too much college football, and
when I do I want to be entertained by quality players. I am intrigued about UCF/LSU even with UCF being with out there
exciting QB. LSU has loads of talent.
How does one know which games would be enjoyable to watch? Two national championship games that one would think would be good were extreme blowouts: Nebraska over Florida and Alabama over Notre Dame. You never know. Lesser bowl games can be great games.
It was great to see Amy upset Houston yesterday. Army had a great squad this year.
I'm definitely keeping an eye on UCF vs LSU. If UCF wins, that will be back to back 13-0 seasons. Very impressive.
I have Clemson winning it all this year. High powered offense with potentially 5 1st round picks on the Defense.
I usually try to pay attention to players that are draft worthy and go by that. For example don't have any interest in the BC/Bosie game but Zach Allen could be worth a look. I usually look into the game when I start watching.....
70 points with 500 yards rushing. As an Army fan that was beautiful to watch.