The college football bowl season is one of the most exciting times in all of sports but some of the games are going to be duds where the winner is known by halftime.
It could be just two teams on different talent levels put together by unfortunate bowl tie-ins or they don’t match up well from an X’s and O’s standpoint.
Here are three bowls most likely to be huge blowouts.
Nebraska simply cannot defend mobile quarterbacks, losing to every single one this season with the exception of Ohio State and that was only because Braxton Miller got injured in the third quarter and the Huskers made a huge comeback to win it late.
South Carolina’s Connor Shaw is the best mobile quarterback in the SEC. Combine that with a bunch of playmakers on the defense and you have a huge blowout coming up.
Boise State is 11-1 and probably should be playing in a BCS Bowl but it gets stuck with 6-6 Arizona State because of the bowl’s tie-ins to the Mountain West and Pac-12.
It’s Kellen Moore’s last game in college but that will likely be the only reason why anyone would watch this game. This depleted and unmotivated Sun Devil team will more than likely collapse after a terrible finish to a season with high expectations.
Wyoming ranks 115th out of 120 teams in the country in rushing yards allowed per game. Temple’s Bernard Pierce averages 125 by himself and has put up 267 in a single game in his career.
And the Owls’ defense is allowing 117 fewer yards than the Cowboys’. This game opens up the bowl season but it probably won’t be any fun to watch.