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Sports Illustrated ranked all 37 Bowl Games this week, based on their "watchability" and pegged LSU's matchup vs. UCF in the Fiesta Bowl at No. 1. Here's what they had to say:
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1. FIESTA BOWL: LSU VS. UCF (JAN. 1, 1 P.M. ET)

Snubbed from the playoff after another perfect season, UCF will face the biggest threat yet to its winning streak (now at 25 games) on New Year’s Day. The Knights will be fired up to once again prove they can hang with the big boys in the SEC, and LSU figures to be more excited to play UCF than Auburn was last year. No McKenzie Milton is unfortunate, but Darriel Mack Jr. showed he’s no slouch with six total touchdowns in the AAC championship game. His dual threat ability against LSU’s defense—which will be without Greedy Williams but will have safety Grant Delpit and hopefully linebacker Devin White—should be fascinating to watch. This one is a great start to a fun day of football.
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I'm pants-shittingly nervous about this one and I ain't afraid to say it.
Reply8 days
because of LSU's national reputation as a hard nosed and winning program UCF is going to be fired up and will be bringing it on New Year's Day. LSU better not let their swag get ahead of them. They better be ready and be bringing it as well
Reply9 days
If we play safe like the atm game we lose. If we are aggressive and keep the pedal on the metal WE Dominate.
Reply9 days
If we play safe like the atm game we lose. If we are aggressive and keep the pedal on the metal WE Dominate.
Reply9 days
Simply put, LSU brings home the bacon when it comes to national exposure ratings
Reply9 days
I love how David Pollock mentioned players skipping the bowl game and how that would be an excuse if we lose. The dude's hatred for LSU is very soothing.
Reply9 days
His bulldog tears still taste sweet.
9 days
The whole nation is counting on us to shut those pansies up
Reply9 days
Yes, please do.
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And we will.
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