Must-Watch College Football Odds Rivalry Games in 2015
If you have just one screen in your house, better start budgeting to get a couple more because you’ll need them for your NCAA Football Betting in this year’s college football rivalry week that is slated for November 24-28. So packed is that week with several enthralling and mouth-watering NCAA Football odds matchups that having one screen won’t do you any justice for your watching. Just to mention a few, here are some the top rivalry games slated for that week.
Let’s Review The Must-Watch College Football Odds Rivalry Games in 2015
- Alabama at Auburn
- Baylor at TCU
- Clemson at South Carolina
- Florida State at Florida
- Georgia at Georgia Tech
- Iowa at Nebraska
- Louisville at Kentucky
- Missouri at Arkansas
- North Carolina at N.C. State
- Notre Dame at Stanford
- Ohio State at Michigan
- Oklahoma at Oklahoma State
- Ole Miss at Mississippi State
- Oregon State at Oregon
- Texas A&M at LSU
- Penn State at Michigan State
- UCLA at USC
- Washington State at Washington.
Of course, a number of other key rivalry games are scattered all over the 2015 college football calendar, but it the above-mentioned Week 13 rivalry games that are bound to offer the best college football spread rivalry clashes for the season. As we look forward to the start of the new season, here is a brief look at the top 5 must-watch college football rivalries in 2015.
Alabama at Auburn
If, by now, you still don’t know what the Iron Bowl is, then you probably have no business calling yourself a football fan. This Alabama Region schools showdown is irrefutably the hottest clash and most tension-filled rivalry game of the year. The winner from the last six Iron Bowl contests in the series has eventually won the SEC Championship and had a shot at the national title, underlining its unbridled importance. 2013’s clash was probably the best game ever in recent football history, as Auburn upset the undefeated Alabama, thanks to some late-game drama. Auburn went on to win the National Championship that year. However, Alabama got its due revenge by winning the exhilarating 2014 clash.
Baylor at TCU
Baylor narrowly leads the series 53-50-7 Though they have 102 meetings between them, the Baylor-TCU clash is a renewed rivalry that was on the low-key for a while before getting rekindled recently. The two teams met consistently between 1903 and 1995 as independents and co-members of the old Southwest Conference. Things, however, changed and it was only until 2012, when TCU joined the Big 12, that the annual rivalry was renewed. Since then, it has been fiery between the two teams, with the 2014 showdown particularly providing a memorable explosive offensive performance. Right now, it’s too hard to choose from the two teams, but you can be assured that this year’s clash will present another hot contest, with the winner likely to win the Big 12 title and a spot in the playoffs.
Ohio State at Michigan
Michigan leads series 58-46-6 Though the All-time series record belongs to Michigan, Ohio State has been recently dominant in the “Ten Year War”, including a dominant victory in 2014. Can new head coach Jim Harbaugh, a former Michigan player, channel the Wolverine in him to upset the Buckeyes this year like he did as a quarterback in the 1987 Rose Bowl clash?
Wisconsin at Nebraska
Wisconsin leads series a 5-4 Though this game is not slated in the rivalry week, the new rivalry between the Wisconsin and Nebraska should be able to continue in 2015, as both teams are slated to meet in Week 6, specifically on October 10th. Last year, the Badgers outmuscled the Cornhuskers, winning 48-17, as Wisconsin’s star RB Melvin Gordon exploded for 408 rushing yards. As divisional and conference rivals, this game will have a lot of title implications for both teams. Though the Badgers lead the series 5-4 All-time and have won four of the last five meetings (with Nebraska winning last in 2012), the 2015 Wisconsin roster has lost a ton of talent (including Gordon), which could give Nebraska a chance to upset their visitors this year.
Texas A&M at LSU
LSU leads 30-19-3 On top of leading the All-time series record, the Tigers have won the last four games in a row in the series, dominating the Aggies in spectacular fashion. And with this year’s game set to take place at the Death Valley, the dominance looks very likely to continue, even if the Aggies have a more talented 2015 team (on paper). Outside being SEC rivals since the Aggies signed to the conference in 2012, the two schools are just 340 miles apart and hold different moral guidelines (most notably in regards to drinking alcohol), fueling an interesting for of hate between the rivaling fans.