Best Non-Conference Games of the 2019 College Football Season

Posted by: Anthony Yaylor
Best Non-Conference Games

The college football betting offseason is in full effect. Naturally, diehard fans will be looking for a way to help pass the time. While keeping up with the quarterback changes around the nation is a good way to do so, checking out next year’s schedule might be an even better option. So to help sports betting fans out in that endeavor, we’ve assembled this list to act as a sort of guide. Specifically, we’ll be looking at which non-conference games offer the most potential. So here are the best non-conference of the 2019 college football season.

Best Non-Conference Games of the 2019 College Football Season

No. 1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Georgia Bulldogs – Sept. 21st

This matchup likely feature a battle between two undefeated teams. Naturally, given the high profile of both programs, this contest will likely have playoff implications on the line. All in all this could be on the of the most-watched games of the season, so you definitely don’t want to miss out. Since Jake Fromm is 13-0 at home so far as Georgia’s quarterback, we can count on the Bulldogs getting the favoritism here.

No. 2 LSU Tigers vs. Texas Longhorns – Sept. 7th

All things considered, this battle will likely pit two Top 15 programs against one another. Granted this is some pretty heavy speculation. Considering how dominant Tom Herman’s teams are in Austin, this will undoubtedly be a tough matchup for the Tigers. This particular matchup is interesting because it will also test Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger. After all, it’s more than likely that this will be the toughest defense he faces all year. If you’re a big fan of Texas football you’ll also want to keep an eye out for their Week 2 contest against the defending national champs.

No. 3 Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Michigan Wolverines – Oct. 26th

If either side enter this matchup with a loss, this could be a potential playoff eliminator. And since this game comes after No. 1 on this list, Notre Dame could be that team. Last season helped give Notre Dame some rep late in the season, especially since Michigan rode in on a dominant 10-game winning streak. On the flip side, a win here could help either side make a case for the college football playoffs. And since both Notre Dame and Michigan have tough schedules to close out the year, this contest is pretty much a must win for both sides.

No. 4 Texas A&M Aggies vs. Clemson Tigers – Sept. 7th

Considering how  thrilling this contest was last season, there’s no question you’ll want to tune in. Texas A&M will undoubtedly be looking to capitalize on the opportunity of usurping the reigning champs on their home turf. Additionally, this contest is likely to be a top 15 showdown. And since it comes as early as Week 2, there’s no question this is one of the best non-conference games of the upcoming season. All things considered, this could be Clemson’s toughest matchup of the season, outside of trips to Syracuse and South Carolina. Mobile betting fans should keep this contest in mind when wagering on the 2019 NCAAF season.