NCAA Football

College Football 2013-2014 Bowl Picks

I believe this title is self-explanatory.  Anyways let’s take a look at all my picks for this year’s bowl season.  It all starts in New Mexico tomorrow with my Washington State Cougars playing the Colorado State Rams, and it ends with the #1 ranked Florida State Seminoles taking on the #2 ranked Auburn Tigers for the National Title in Pasadena.  Here we go!

i New Mexico Washington St. vs Colorado St. Dec 21  
i Las Vegas USC vs 21 Fresno St. Dec 21  
i Idaho Potato San Diego St. vs Buffalo Dec 21  
i New Orleans Tulane vs LA Lafayette Dec 21  
i Beef ‘O’ Brady’s East Carolina vs Ohio Dec 23  
i Hawaii Oregon St. vs Boise St. Dec 24  
i Little Caesars Bowling Green vs Pittsburgh Dec 26  
i Poinsettia 24 Northern Illinois vs Utah St. Dec 26  
i Military Marshall vs Maryland Dec 27  
i Texas Minnesota vs Syracuse Dec 27  
i Fight Hunger Washington vs BYU Dec 27  
i Pinstripe 25 Notre Dame vs Rutgers Dec 28  
i Belk North Carolina vs Cincinnati Dec 28  
i Russell Athletic 18 Louisville vs Miami (FL) Dec 28  
i Buffalo Wild Wings Kansas St. vs Michigan Dec 28  
i Armed Forces Navy vs Middle Tenn. St. Dec 30  
i Music City Mississippi vs Georgia Tech Dec 30  
i Alamo 10 Oregon vs Texas Dec 30  
i Holiday 16 Arizona St. vs Texas Tech Dec 30  
i Advocare V100 Arizona vs Boston Coll. Dec 31  
i Sun 17 UCLA vs Virginia Tech Dec 31  
i Liberty Mississippi St. vs Rice Dec 31  
i Chick-fil-A 20 Texas A&M vs 22 Duke Dec 31  
i Gator 23 Georgia vs Nebraska Jan 1  
i Heart of Dallas North Texas vs UNLV Jan 1  
i Capital One 19 Wisconsin vs 8 South Carolina Jan 1  
i Outback 14 LSU vs Iowa Jan 1  
i Rose Bowl 5 Stanford vs 4 Michigan St. Jan 1  
i Fiesta 6 Baylor vs 15 UCF Jan 1  
i Sugar 3 Alabama vs 11 Oklahoma Jan 2  
i Cotton 9 Missouri vs 13 Oklahoma St. Jan 3  
i Orange 7 Ohio St. vs 12 Clemson Jan 3  
i BBVA Compass Vanderbilt vs Houston Jan 4  
i GoDaddy Ball St. vs Arkansas St. Jan 5  
i BCS Championship 1 Florida St. vs 2 Auburn Jan 6

I finished 41-31 overall during the regular season which gives me a winning percentage of .569

Not bad, but that can be improved though.

Honestly I only care about my Cougs winning and the Huskies losing to the other Cougs, but a lot of intriguing questions are on the horizon as well. Will the SEC’s dynasty come to halt this season? Is Ohio State a real contender or are they a group of choke artists that tend to lose the big games? Are the Ducks going to come out with another uniform combo….oh god da**it Nike did you seriously have to do that? I mean really…


Well there you have it. I will provide more in-depth analysis of certain bowl games as they approach, but expect the usual NFL and fantasy football coverage from me before I hibernate for the winter.

Stay Classy Everyone!


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