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We have a loaded slate of bowl games set to lead college football fans into the offseason. Nothing will fill that kind of void for those diehards on Saturdays but these bowl games surely will help ease the pain.


All of these bowl games are highlighted by the College Football Playoff, or one would've thought. It's not Alabama taking on Oklahoma and Heisman-winning quarterback Kyler Murray. It's not the matchup of two undefeated teams in Clemson and Notre Dame. No, there is another game that piques the interest of fans.


According to a survey by Heath Gregory of FanJuicer.com, LSU's matchup against Central Florida is leading as the game with the highest level of intrigue. 

The two CFB Playoff games were close to taking the top spot, but you can't ignore the lure of the Knights' matchup against the Tigers.


LSU has had a number of exciting games this season, including their seven-overtime thriller against Texas A&M. Not only are they exciting in their own way, but it's the first time this season the undefeated Knights will play some of the top competition in the country. If it's anything like their Peach Bowl matchup against Auburn last year, they'll deliver yet another entertaining performance. 


Plus, do people really think Oklahoma is going to beat Alabama, or can we just pencil in another matchup between Clemson and the Crimson Tide?

For everything you need to know about the most interesting game of the year, look no further.


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