2013 Michigan kick-off: Ranking all 12 games

I try to rank all 12 games in the Michigan kick-off in order of watchability -- well if you could watch -- and a mix of significance.

I try to rank all 12 games in the Michigan kick-off in order of watchability -- well if you could watch -- and a mix of significance.

The 2013 Michigan kick-off schedule was announced on Thursday for all 12 games, and now it is time to rank the games. First off, every game that has Colorado State will be ranked at the bottom, this not to bash on Colorado State, but they are the only team to not be ranked last year plus had a losing record.

No shock that the best game should be UCLA vs.San Diego State, because they are the two highest ranked teams from 2012. UCLA. A few interesting game will be when San Jose State takes on both Michigan and Indiana. Both Midwest schools have the talent to compete with the Spartans.

Here are the rankings of the 12 games:

1. San Diego State vs. UCLA
2. San Jose State vs. San Diego State
3. Michigan vs. UCLA
4. Michigan vs. San Jose State
5. UCLA vs. Indiana
6. Indiana vs. San Diego State
7. Indiana vs. San Jose State
8. Indiana vs. UCLA
9. Michigan vs. Colorado State
10. Indiana vs. Colorado State
11. Colorado State vs. San Jose State
12. Colorado State vs. UCLA

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