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It's that time of the year again. Mid-December officially kicks off the extremely busy college bowl games schedule. 40 bowl games spread out over just a couple weeks makes it's almost impossible to be able to catch all of them. Now with that being said, it makes sense that you'd want to know which games are most-likely to produce the best results. So I've narrowed it down to the top three games that should most definitely be worth the watch.
No.3 - The Fiesta Bowl
Jan 1st, 1 p.m. ET
The UCF Knights are going to be giving everything they have to try to defeat LSU. It's been a bit of a running joke this season that UCF won't hold a candle in this match, but I disagree. Even though LSU is known for their strong defense, I think UCF's offense will be enough to come out on top in this one. Everyone loves an underdog match.
No.2 - The Orange Bowl
Dec 29th, 8 p.m. ET
Alabama vs. Oklahoma. This is going to be a great game no matter what. It doesn't have much in the way of an underdog or some crazy build up, just two tried-and-true teams trying to win the game.
No.1 - Cotton Bowl Classic
Dec 29th, 4 p.m. ET
This one. If you're only going to get to watch one bowl game this year, make it this one. Clemson vs. Notre Dame should be enough info for you to recognize how this game will go. Not only do we get to see two impressive quarterbacks go head-to-head, but we also get to see two impressive, team-carrying RBs battle it out. It's worth mentioning that both QBs replaced the original starters for each team, so that's interesting enough to watch.
Are there any bowl games you think should be swapped out for one of these top 3 spots? I won't budge on my No.1, but I'm open to opinions on the other two.