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The 10 Most Anticipated College Football Games of 2012


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  1. your a joke

    July 7, 2012 at

    do i sense a bit of michigan favoritism here

  2. GB

    July 9, 2012 at

    I am an ND fan and there are at least 5 bigger games for ND. USC, Stanford, Oklahoma, Michigan and Mich. State.

  3. Realist

    July 9, 2012 at

    You have to be wearing Maize and Blue to give a rip about any of thier games this year. Bama is going to destroy them.

    • Go Blue

      July 9, 2012 at

      I bleed maize and blue but must agree with Realist.
      I WANT to believe Michigan is truly back and I WANT to believe that Michigan is an elite team again but there will only be one elite football team in Dallas, Texas on Sept. 1, 2012 and they will be wearing crimson, not maize and blue.
      Michigan will be beat down at the beginning of the year this time, instead of their traditional (excluding the Rich Rod black hole years, of course) New Year’s Day losses.
      We should rebound nicely from this loss and still finish 10-2 or 9-3, a good, but not great year. I will have to settle for Michigan being a good team. In that sense, Michigan is BACK.

  4. T.G.

    July 9, 2012 at

    I would thought Arizona would be # 1

  5. JHill

    July 10, 2012 at

    How did A&M and Florida make this list? Seriously? Gators are gonna stomp the Aggies.

    • william

      July 11, 2012 at

      I wouldn’t count your chickens before they hatch there buddy, it is about time my Ag’s get something going again. I am ready for some FOOTBALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Chip

    July 10, 2012 at

    Bama still has to through LSU. And they did not make it through them last year on their won turf. This year the game is Death Valley. Me thinks Bama gonna lose again.

    • Bama Grad

      July 10, 2012 at

      Nah…as with The Championship game, Bama loves Louisianna. Our home away from home. RTR!

  7. bob

    July 11, 2012 at

    What a tool. The BCS championship lives in the SEC and only two games listed in the top 10. The Losers and Laughingstocks will not be significant…AGAIN.

    • bruce

      July 11, 2012 at

      I guess that game in Fayetteville, AR on September 15 between the Razorbacks and the Crimson Tide has no significance. After all, everyone knows that the SEC West is the weakest division in the weakest conference. Another game not worth mentioning is the game between the Razorbacks and LSU Tigers on 23 November. I assume like last year neither one of these games had anything to do with the eventual national champion.

      • Landon

        July 12, 2012 at

        Woo Pig Sooie! Go SEC

  8. Landon

    July 12, 2012 at

    How does Norte dame vs Miami and A&M Florida make the list?! Or Michigan vs Ohio State?! Get a real game like Arkansas vs LSU for The Golden Boot or Ark vsBama or Bana vs Auburn or any other SEC west matchup!!! Who ever made this Is STUPID!!!!!!!!!

    • I start shit

      July 14, 2012 at

      I consider myself a college football fan, but for some reason I have never heard of the norte dame or the bana football programs. Maybe they are southern teams that only rednecks have heard of because only a Bama fan, which you obviously are would fuck up the spelling of their favorite team and Notre Dame. Just because you think all of bama’s games are important doesn’t mean they actually are, so go back to making out with your hit redneck girlfriend/ sister #MountainWest4Life

  9. Alex

    July 14, 2012 at

    The fact that LSU-bama is not no. 1 on this list completely invalidates this list. The top 2 teams of last year, who are bitter rivals, who very easily both could be playing for everything on nov. 3, belongs at no. 1.

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