It is never too early or too late to look at what the NCAA holds for the remainder of 2022. The football schedule is very exciting and we have already seen some thrilling games being played out.
Of course, not everything is done yet, as there are some important and impactful games there are to be played. Favorites get tested all the time and there are no shortage of surprises when it comes to NCAA football games.
So, with all that being said, let’s take a closer look at what we can expect in terms of NCAA football games until the end of the year.
Minnesota at Wisconsin
Thanksgiving is sure to be exciting for these teams, as there is a good rivalry between them and plenty to look forward to on the 26th of November.
The game for Paul Bunyan’s Axe in Madison between Minnesota and Wisconsin is our pick of the bunch for this date. When it comes to the form of the teams, the Golden Gophers have Tanner Morgan back for one final season at quarterback, so a win here is very important for them.
Wisconsin are somewhat favorites here as they are 5-0 when running for 193 yards or more and 6-1 when doing 175+ yards.
Moreover, Minnesota has allowed over 160 yards in two games, but they are getting a special season out of Mohamed Ibrahim.
South Florida vs UCF
Up next we have the University of Central Florida which travels down to the coast to play against South Florida in the final game of the season for both teams.
UCF had faith in their own hands for the AAC title game, but they failed to grasp that as they lost to Navy at home last week. Now, The Knights are 8-3 in the season and 5-2 in the conference league and they won’t be able to host the AAC title game as they lost.
Finally, South Florida is in a form of 1-10 and 0-7 in the conference, so there is plenty to look forward to here. This game is arguably one of the most exciting ones in the NCAA football schedule this year.
USC vs Notre Dame
Continuing with USC vs Notre Dame, which is a game that shapes up to be one of the most anticipated and important games in college football this year.
This game is so anticipated as The Trojans are still fighting for a berth in the College Football Playoff, but they have an in-form Notre Dame up next. They are also in the running for a New Year’s Six bow berth, so both teams have plenty to aim for.
Notre Dame had the edge in this fixture over the years, as they have 4 straight wins. USC’s last win came back in 2016, but it is argued that USC’s team this year is the best they had in years.