NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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After a break on Christmas Day the college football bowls resume on Friday December 26th with three outstanding matchups over national television to greatly satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time.

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The Heart of Dallas Bowls gets the triple header started at 1PM Eastern Time as the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs will face the Illinois Fighting Illini over on ESPN. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs the -6 point wagering favorite with the total of 57 points. Louisiana Tech is 8-5 and made a nice turnaround following some a down season where the club won just four games a season ago. Huge improvement defensively as the Bulldogs is 31st in the nation in total defense giving up 355 yards per game. Illinois needed two straight wins at the end of the regular season to make this bowl game with a 6-6 record.

The Quick Lane Bowl will tee up from Detroit Field on ESPN TV at 4:30PM Eastern Time as the North Carolina Tar Heels will face the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. The ACC conference entrant North Carolina is the -3 point favorite with a total of 67 ½ points. We could see a high scoring game in this game as both defenses have been torched by opposing offenses this season. Rutgers is 92nd in points allowed by giving up 31 points a game. The Tar Heels are 119th in scoring defense by allowing 39 points a game.

The nightcap will be the St Petersburg Bowl featuring the Central Florida Knights facing the North Carolina St Wolfpack at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN. Central Florida is favored by -2 ½ points with a total of 48 ½ points. Central Florida saw impact player turnover to the NFL after a successful season in 2013. As the Knights offense looks to get on track the team returned to its roots of stout defense. UCF is the number three defense in college football by allowing 282 yards per game. NC State struggled in their step up games losing by double digits to Florida St, Clemson, Boston College, Louisville and Georgia Tech.

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