Best College Football Rivalries
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GO DORES ANCHOR DOWN, rocky bottom you'll always be home sweet home to PEE
In September 2016, Tennessee beat Florida for the first time in 11 years. Later that year, they would lose to a crappy Vanderbilt team. (That 4 letter word that starts with F and ends with K goes here) you Vandy.V 1 Comment
Two successful big 10 teams. In football it gets intense every year, crazy fans and cold states.
A border rivarly that has lost some of its lustre due to the teams not playing. But a stunning and intense rivalry nontheless that has spanned generations.
The schools are close in proximity, in academic excellence. One private and one public---but each game is played hard to the end.
The oldest rivalry in the south. Forget UVA UNC, this game is the best in the old south. As a plus, both schools are top level academically and contend in the FCS
Bowling Green and Kent State fight for the Anniversary award as both schools were established in 1910 under the Lowry Bill (or Lowry Act).
The Longhorns have been a thorn in Nebraska's side for a while. And Huskers do want revenge for all of the possible championship years they've could had had. GO HUSKERS!
The inaugural big ten championship game, plus the hail Mary in the regular season! This is a amazing rivalry
# 1 most watch game last year when Baylor beat Tcu 61-58
Two no-nothing programs for decades, and now, THE programs in Texas. I wish they could both play A&M and Arkansas programs now. Bring back the Southwest Conference and add OU and Oklahoma State.
The Battle of the Palouse pits rivals a mere 8 miles apart.
Purple and Gold is better than Green and White!
The Best College in Louisiana!
The border war in search of the Bronze Boot.. The last game between the Cowboys and the Greenies generated much excitement and hate in the Mountain West.
That a good game
The two teams are one of the few, if any, Sunbelt teams that get at least one of their home games broadcast by ESPN. Both teams point to this game as the difference maker for their season, and fight for an unusual rivalry trophy: the Palladium, which has its roots in ancient Greek mythology.
These two schools hate each other and the battle for the keg of nails is one of the most underrated rivalries in college football. Being only 40 miles apart, this rivalry is intense. - mdcoy
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