Are you getting bored yet? Can’t go much longer without some college football? We totally understand. So, just to whet your appetite, we decided to look ahead to this season’s TOP GAMES TO WATCH.

We start in August and go through the end of the regular season.


August 24: Florida vs. Miami. A match-up of potential top – 10 teams to kick off the college football season. This game will take place in Orlando.


August 31: Auburn vs. Oregon: A great way to start the college football season with two teams looking to prove they are worthy of playoff contention. This contest will take place in Arlington, Texas.


August 31: Florida State vs. Boise State. A great opportunity for Boise State to make an early statement. This game will take place in Jacksonville.


September 1: Houston at Oklahoma. The debut of former Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts. Will he be the answer for the Sooners?


September 7: LSU at Texas. The Longhorns say they belong in the top 10. The Tigers have a lot to prove.


September 7: Texas A&M at Clemson. This might be Clemson’s toughest regular-season matchup of the season.


September 7: Army at Michigan. The Wolverines are watching the film of Army and Oklahoma from last season.


September 14: Clemson at Syracuse. Syracuse is looking to pull off the early upset of the defending national champions.


September 14: Stanford at Central Florida. Finally a non—power conference team gets a big name at home.


September 14: Pittsburgh at Penn State. This is the final time these two teams will play in the regular season… for now.


September 21: Notre Dame at Georgia. A match-up of two potential playoff teams by seasons end.


September 28: Ohio State at Nebraska. Nebraska head coach Scott Frost is hoping this will be an early upset for the Cornhuskers.


October 12: Oklahoma vs. Texas. Another top 25 Match-up taking place. in Dallas. These two teams split last season with Oklahoma winning the big one in the Big 12 championship.


October 12: Florida at LSU. Could be a match-up of two top 10 teams.


October 12: Alabama at Texas A&M. This is a great opportunity for the Aggies to prove they belong.


October 19: Oregon at Washington. This rivalry heated up when they went into overtime last season. Oregon has won 13 of the last 15 meetings.


October 26: Notre Dame at Michigan. A critical mid—season contest to find out if either team will be playing for a national championship at seasons end.


November 2: Georgia vs. Florida. This rivalry game will take place in Jacksonville. Georgia has won the last two meetings by combined 54 points.


November 2: Utah at Washington. This is a huge contest for Utah since they will not play Oregon in its cross – division schedule. Look for both teams to put up more offense than they did in the Pac-12 title game.


November 9: Iowa at Wisconsin. Wisconsin has a very difficult conference schedule and this November matchup will be as top as any for the Badgers.


November 23: Penn State at Ohio State. Ohio State has made a habit of rallying from deficits to be Penn State in their last two meetings.


November 30: Ohio State at Michigan. Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh is still looking for his first when against the Buckeyes.


November 30: Alabama at Auburn. The Tigers have beaten Alabama into of the last three meetings on their home turf.


November 30: Notre Dame at Stanford. This might be the final pitch to the selection God’s that Notre Dame belongs in the playoffs.