Although it may be cliché to pick on the college football bowl schedule, when you’re plucking programs which boast sub-500 records like San Jose State, Minnesota and Nebraska or need a 7-5 Akron squad to fill the void, it may be a sign of too many bowl games. However, if you’re a college football fan, you’re a college football fan. You’ll watch any bowl game, any place, at any time. If you’re a college football fan looking forward to the Camellia Bowl - Appalachian State versus Ohio – create your 2015 FOX Sports College Bowl Pick ‘Em entry because it’s the game for you.
When they announced Ohio State would face Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl, we thought a custom bowl pick ‘em group of Buckeye and Irish fan bases would be a perfect fit because, let's face facts, the trash talk between the two historic programs would be epic.
The 2015 College Football Playoff has Derrick Henry’s Alabama Crimson Tide opening up at a 10-point favorite over Connor Cook’s Michigan State Spartans. Stoops’ Oklahoma Sooners opened as four-point favorites over Dabo’s Clemson Tigers. FOX Sports College Bowl Pick ‘Em allows you to pick straight up, against the spread and if you’re feeling frisky make your picks straight up or against the spread using confidence points. Oh, and if you need a little help or nudge making your picks, be sure to check out WhatIfSports 2015 college football bowl predictions!
Six bowl games are scheduled in the three days leading up to Christmas. So, if you’re busy with last-minute shopping when Bowling Green is smacking down Georgia Southern (fantasy editor Fowler went to BGSU) in the Go Daddy Bowl or the Western Michigan Broncos are working on their tan during the Bahamas Bowl, not to worry, FOX Sports Bowl Pick ‘Em can be played and scoring tracked on your smartphones and tablets.
Compete for prizes including an HD 1080p television set if you finish first in one of the five FOX Sports radio groups. What are you waiting for? You love college football. You know college football. Create your entry and make your 2015 bowl picks today!