Louisiana vs. Miami Ohio Lending Tree Bowl College Football Betting Preview

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The college football bowl season is winding down with the Lending Tree Bowl game scheduled over national television on Monday January 6th to the delight of sports bettors worldwide. It will be the Louisiana Rajin Cajuns battling the Miami Ohio Redhawks. Things begin from Mobile Alabama at 7:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN 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 has the Louisiana Rajin Cajuns favored by -14 points with the over under line of 55 points.

Louisiana from the Sun Belt conference finished with a record of 10-3. Rajin Cajuns a very good offensive team as they average 501 yards and 38.8 points per game. The team was balanced offensively. Rajin Cajuns ran the football for 265 yards on the season posting an impressive 6.4 yards per rush average. They had their six game win streak snapped in a 45-38 road defeat in the Sun Belt championship game to Appalachian St Mountaineers. It was an uphill battle for Louisiana as they spotted the Mountaineers a 21-0 lead late in the first quarter. They trailed 42-17 midway through the fourth quarter and rallied to make it a one possession game at the end. Rajin Cajuns lost both games to the Sun Belt champion this season. In their Sun Belt title game defeat, Louisiana was able to gain 513 yards of offense with 354 coming in the passing game. But the Rajin Cajuns defense struggled stopping the run in the defeat by allowing 267 rushing yards.

Miami Ohio enters the Lending Tree Bowl as the MAC conference champions. They come off the 26-21 victory to Central Michigan in the MAC title game despite gaining only 272 yards offensively. Redhawks ran for only 76 yards on 35 carries but were able to make 4 of 4 field goals. Miami Ohio offense produced very poor numbers this season as they sat 122nd in the nation posting only 307 yards per game. Season long the Redhawks had issues running the football with a 3.6 yards per rush average. Quarterback play was inaccurate with a 52.6% completion rate.

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