With the ending of the 2015-16 NCAA Football Season yesterday, we are jumping the CFP Selections that come out today for the New Years day 6 Bowl Games to see how we faired with our predictions versus that of the Committee. So here we go with our predictions for the 6 Bowl Games to be held on New Year’s Day. We start with the Peach Bowl where we predict it will be the AP No. 6 Big Ten Hawkeyes of Iowa 12-1 playing the AP No. 9 ACC Seminoles of Florida State 10-2 and since they lost the game Saturday to the Spartans of Michigan State, and lost the Big Ten Title and a CFP Playoff spot, they still have big game forthcoming in the Peach Bowl against the Seminoles of Florida State who recently routed the SEC Gators of Florida. This will be an excellent match-up with the game in Atlanta, Georgia.
With the 2015 NCAA Football Regular season coming to an end, we find the Military Academies still have some unfinished business on the football field as the FBS Independent-Army Black Knights of West Point 2-9 playing the AAC- Navy Midshipmen of U.S. Naval Academy 9-2 with the game being played on Saturday the 12th of December at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with the kick-off scheduled for 3 PM ET.
With the 2015-16 NCAA Regular Season ending its time to move on to the Conference Championship games that we have been previewing, and now have the match-up on Saturday the 5th of December 2015 between the American Athletic Conference Division winners as the AAC-East Champs the AP No. 20 Owls of Temple 10-2 (AAC 7-1) play the AAC-West Champs the AP No. 17 Cougars of Houston 11-1 (AAC 7-1) with the game being played at the TDECU Stadium in Houston, Texas with kick-off scheduled for 12:05 PM ET and seen on ESPN TV.
As we continue to preview the Conference Championship games this Saturday the 5th of December 2015 we can’t overlook the 2015 Pac-12 Championship game as the Pac-12 rivals with the AP No. 24 Trojans of USC 8-4 (Pac-12-South 6-3) playing the No.7 Cardinals of Stanford 10-2 (Pac-12-North 8-1) with the game to be played at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California with the kick-off scheduled for 7:50 PM ET and can be seen on ESPN TV.
With the 2015-16 NCAA Football Regular Seasons winding down, we come to many conference playoffs and this Saturday the 5th of December we have the Big Ten Title game with the No. 5 Spartans of Michigan State (Big Ten East 11-1) playing the No.4 Hawkeyes of Iowa (Big Ten-West 12-0) with the game being played at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana with the kick-off scheduled for 8:20 PM ET and seen on FOX TV.