It’s almost that time of year again. No, not the holidays. It’s almost time for the College Football Playoff and FanWide has everything you need to know about where to watch the best teams in the nation. As Championship Weekend approaches, it is time to closely examine the top six programs in the nation as they gear up for a final run at the Playoffs.
The new season doesn’t kick off for another few months when the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears open the 100th campaign in the sport’s history, so we will have to stick with the NFL preseason schedule for now.
There are undoubtedly ups, downs, twists and turns ahead but there are a fair few quarterbacks who should be looking over their shoulders because the college system is full of aspiring young talent chomping at the bit to make the step up when the 2020 draft comes around in April and a fair few of them have the ability to ruffle the feathers of the most experienced players. Here we take a look at five young guns to keep your eyes on.
Visit FanWide.com to find a NCAA Football game watch party or fan club near you.
With fall fast approaching we turn to analyses of football. Since high school football
is played on Friday nights, college on Saturdays, and the NFL on Sundays, we follow
that order of presentation and let the big boys headline the publication of findings.
The football season is beginning to wind to an end. The Super Bowl is less than 2 months away and bowl games are nearly here as well. It feels as though the season only just began. And yet here we all are, about to embark on months of football-less despair.
Don’t fret that the college football season is winding to an end. It’s Bowl Season! The college football bowl games have been announced and there are some exciting match-ups this year.
People are starting to gear up for bowl season, and some have even released rankings of the bowl game quality. 40 games will be played from December 16th through the New Year, one of the busiest times for travel. Whether you plan to travel to your team’s bowl game or stay and watch from home, FanWide can help you find a local meetup to watch your game wherever you are.
Here is a list of all the bowl games along with some direct links to FanWide events or search for others at FanWide.com:
Thanksgiving Break is upon us once again which means college students will soon be flocking home to eat all the food in their parent’s houses and sleep in until the early afternoon. Your freedom diminishes before their eyes as you are stuck doing chores and being criticized by family members you only see twice a year.
The house is full of cousins, grandparents, and nosy aunts that are all trying to get in your business. All you want is to watch the football game in peace. With FanWide, you can get away from your family and watch the game with other fans.