Central Florida Knights versus Louisville Cardinals College Football Betting Preview

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The Louisville Cardinals will put their undefeated record on the line as they face the Central Florida Knights from Friday Night College Football. The Knights and Cardinals will get things started from Louisville at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Louisville Cardinals favored by -14 ½ points with an over under line set at 53 ½ points. Those who bet on Louisville on the money line will lay -700 odds with the take back on Central Florida at +500 odds on the money line.

Central Florida prior to joining the AAC conference had been a power on both sides of the football in Conference USA and were a regular participant in their conference championship game each December. In 2013 the Knights have now a balanced attack with a very good defense and the playmakers on offense are putting up some good numbers. The team is ranked 38th in the nation in passing throwing for 270 yards per game. Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles is hitting on 65% of his passes with 9 touchdowns and 3 picks. Storm Johnson is the Knights running back and the junior has run for 5.2 yards per carry average on 87 carries and seven touchdowns. On the defensive side of the football the team is surrendering just 16.6 points a game good for tenth best in scoring defense in all of college football. Louisville is a perfect 6-0 on the season and 4-0 at home. They have not played a tough schedule thus far. Last week was their biggest test as the team defeats Rutgers 24-10 as a -19 ½ point betting favorite at home. They went on the road in week three and beat a very week Kentucky team 27-13 as a -12 point betting favorite. Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater his hit on 71% of his throws with 18 touchdowns and 2 picks during his 2013 campaign. The Cardinals are 16th in the nation in scoring offense putting up 41 points a game.

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