The Pac-12 league of NCAA football has always been one of the more competitive divisions. That being said, the University of Southern California (USC) has proven that they are a dominant force in this league from time to time. Although they have not been as competitive as they were in previous years, this school has once again started to rise to the top of the Pac-12.
USC has shown that they can make it as the division champion. Therefore, many are starting to see this
The Big 12 has gone through some dramatic reshaping in the last few years, and the 2012 season could see an unfamiliar face at the top by the end. There is no longer a conference championship game, so the conference record will be the determining factor in this year’s race.
What his historically been a contest between Texas and Oklahoma, last year was the first year since 1998 that one of those teams hasn’t won the Big 12 title. Oklahoma State beat Oklahoma in the finale of the championship game to shake
Whether you’ve got directv like us or you’re rocking basic cable, you’ve got to be looking forward to this weekend. Here are a few of the bowl games we are on the edge of our seats for and why
Auburn vs. Virginia: Virginia has had a year to remember and it’s capping it off with one of the more well-matched bowls in the ring. Auburn is favored by one point only and the War Eagles have had a hard time pushing through as of late. A win here is just what the Cavs need to ring in a new era.
Georgia vs. Michigan State: The Spartans could be a formidable opponent for the Dawgs, but it depends on how on or off either team is. The Bulldogs rallied to end the season strong but a loss at this bowl will erase anyone’s memory of that. They’re controlling their own destiny here.
Alabama vs. LSU: The rematch of theseason? The one’s got to be more high energy than the last and we can’t wait to see if LSU can live up to the hype once more. We’re betting they can.
Wisconsin easily defeated Nebraska and has a relatively easy schedule the rest of the way. They should finish the season undefeated.
The SEC is the best conference in the nation and Alabama is the best team in the SEC. There are several outstanding teams Alabama will play plus the SEC championship game. It is doubtful Alabama can go through that unscathed.
Clemson is undefeated and has already beaten Auburn, Florida State, and Virginia Tech. They should rum the table in
Is there a team in the SEC that can knock off the Alabama Rolling Tide? Most say no, and they may very well be right. This team has looked absolutely dominate in their SEC play so far. They have rolled over teams that others have struggled to even keep up with. After last night’s 38-10 smackdown of the Florida Gators in the Swamp has left even fewer questions unanswered.
The only team remaining on Alabama’s schedule that would appear to have the firepower to take them on would be the top
Fans are all asking the same thing: Who Will Win the 2012 Big Ten Championship Game?
With the Legends and Leaders divisions officially a go this year, it’s going to be very interesting to see how things shape up, not necessarily in this year’s Big Ten game, but next years.
Ohio State can’t seem to find an identity this year, Michigan is on the rise and Wisconsin is mowing down every team placed in front of them. Oh, and
Every year college football teams battle for supremacy and the ultimate goal of BCS Champion. Who will win the 2012 National Championship has begun and one team seems to have shown they have what it takes to win it all. That team is the Alabama Crimson Tide. Last year, under Nick Saban, it was a season that did not meet expectations and so far, they have been making a statement this season.
Alabama this season has made a statement that they are for real. They have one of the top defenses