Offense, offense, offense. The Peach Bowl is likely resemble a track meet when LSU and Oklahoma meet Saturday, December 28 in the College Football Playoff semifinal at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The college football regular season and conference championships are now over, and the bowls and College Football Playoff are set. It truly is the most wonderful time of the year for football fans. On December 28 we will see No. 4 Oklahoma face off against No. 1 LSU and No. 3 Clemson take on No. 2 Ohio State.
The chase for the national championship in college football is winding down. Bowl matchups will be revealed Sunday, but first we have an exciting round of conference title games to entertain us this weekend.
The first big-conference title game Saturday morning is the Big 12 Championship in Arlington, Texas, where perennial conference power Oklahoma will take on Baylor in a rematch of one of the most memorable games of the 2019 season.
As 2019 comes to a close, let’s take inventory of the five quarterback/wide receiver tandems that were most feared by defenses this season.
The final week of the regular season is upon us, and Rivalry Week gives us a terrific game to cap off what has been an entertaining season in the Big 12 Conference. There will be some appetizers on Friday as Texas Tech and Texas square off, along with a visit to TCU by the Mountaineers of West Virginia. However, Saturday is where the real action is, as four ranked teams will see action.
The 2019 college football regular season has flown by, and Week 14 marks the conclusion for most teams. It is also a major rivalry week, so let's finish strong.
It doesn't get much better than Hate Week, when many of college football's fiercest rivalries are scheduled to close out the regular season. From a battle in Dallas to a Midwestern melee, here are five of the greatest college football rivalries of all time, with a quick preview of each game remaining in 2019.
A week after their massive showdown, the Oklahoma Sooners and Baylor Bears will host dangerous challengers and hope to clinch a spot in the Big 12 Championship Game.
The showdown every Big 12 fan has been waiting for, has finally arrived. This weekend sees the unbeaten Baylor Bears host the high-power Oklahoma Sooners, in a very likely preview of the Big 12 title game in less than a month’s time. An Oklahoma win would almost certainly set up this scenario, while a Baylor win leaves the door open slightly for Texas to walk through and stake their claim to a spot in the final game.