Bowling Green Falcons versus Northern Illinois Huskies College Football Betting Preview

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The MAC Conference Championship Game is scheduled for Friday December 4th from college football as the Bowling Green Falcons will face the Northern Illinois Huskies. The teams begin play from Ford Field in Detroit Michigan at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN2 TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Bowling Green Falcons favored by -12 points with the over under line set at 69 ½ points.

These two teams met in the MAC championship game last year with Northern Illinois earning the 51-17 victory and cover as a -5 point favorite. Northern Illinois forced four Bowling Green turnovers in that win. The Huskies back into the MAC title game as they lose a game to Ohio last week 26-21 that would have punched their ticket. The Toledo Rockets needed a win last weekend and with their loss it sends Northern Illinois into this game. Northern Illinois is without their starting quarterback Drew Hare who has a lower body injury and was lost for the season in early November. Hare was under center in the 2014 MAC championship game when the club defeated Bowling Green. They turn to freshman quarterback Ryan Graham who has completed 59% of his throws for 653 yards with six touchdowns and three picks. Last week in the loss to the Bobcats Graham completed 11 of 17 throws for 142 yards and a touchdown. Northern Illinois struggled with their run game last week as they rushed for only 72 yards on their 38 carries for less than two yards per attempt. The Huskies were poor in their third down conversions against Ohio going 4 of 17.

Bowling Green finished with a mark of 9-3 and were 7-1 in the MAC conference finishing two games ahead of second place Ohio Bobcats. They are a very good offensive team. The Falcons are third in total and passing offense. They throw for 387 yards per game and score 44 points per game. Quarterback Matt Johnson in his senior season completed 69% of his throws for 4465 yards with 41 touchdowns and six picks.

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