Must watch games in the early CFB season

Aug. 31—No matter how much you love football, the first three weeks of the college football season can be boring. Watching Georgia and Alabama beat up teams like UT Martin and UTEP can only entertain fans for so long. Of course, there are early contests that light up the minds of football fans. Games like Florida State vs LSU and Texas vs Alabama. But, those are just one game and fans have all Saturday to watch football. So, here are some must watch games in the first three weeks of the season that could turn out to be epic.

In week one, the obvious game to watch is the top ten match up between Florida State and LSU. But, that is at the end of the weekend on Sunday night. The most interesting game to watch on Saturday will be number 17 TCU vs Colorado. This will be NFL legend Deion Sanders’ first game as head coach of the Buffaloes. Colorado hired coach Prime after he expressed interest in moving to a power five program and expectations are very high.

Sanders raised the Jackson State athletic department from the grave and led JSU to multiple SWAC titles before heading to Colorado. When he got there, he made his presence known with a massive overhaul of the roster. According to the Colorado Buffaloes Wire, coach Prime has brought in over 50 transfer players. This could be the makings of a resurgent Colorado program or a disaster and this game will be their first test.

On the other side is TCU, who made it to the college football playoff last season under head coach Sunny Dykes. After losing their quarterback Max Duggan to the NFL draft, the Horned Frogs will now be led by former Sooner Chandler Morris.

What makes this game interesting isn’t the final score. TCU will likely win, but it’s the coaches that are so exciting. Sunny Dykes is looking to cement himself as a top ten head coach in college football and coach…


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