NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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College football bowl bettors will be treated to a tripleheader of action over national television on Friday December 28th to satisfy the appetite for sports wagering. It all begins at 2PM Eastern Time with the nightcap set for a 9PM Eastern Time kick off.

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Game one of the tripleheader of college football will pit the Ohio Bobcats out of the MAC conference locking horns with the UL Monroe Warhawks from the Sun Belt conference in the Independence bowl. Kickoff is set for 2PM Eastern Time from Shreveport Louisiana and ESPN TV will televise. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker sportsbook, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the UL Monroe Warhawks favored by -7 ½ points with an over under total of 61 points. Both teams enter the Independence Bowl with identical 8-4 record. Ohio struggled down the stretch dropping four of their past five games. They enjoyed a brief stay in the Top 25 rankings in mid-October.

Scheduled for 5:30PM Eastern Time with TV on ESPN will be the Russell Athletics Bowl from Orlando Florida as the 9-3 Rutgers Scarlet Knights will face the 6-6 Virginia Tech Hokies. The odds have the ACC entrant Virginia Tech Hokies favored by -2 ½ points with an over under line of 40 ½ points. A down season for the Hokies as their offense failed to get on track. They just couldn’t get big plays offensively like they did in previous seasons. Rutgers is a fine defense ranked 14th in all of college football.

Game three of the college football bowl tripleheader will feature the 6-6 Minnesota Golden Gophers taking on the 7-5 Texas Tech Red Raiders in the Car Care Bowl. They begin this college football bowl game from Houston Texas at 9PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. The Big 12 conference school Texas Tech Red Raiders are lined as a -13 point favorite with the over under set at 57 points. Minnesota earns a bowl berth with just two victories against Big Ten schools. Texas Tech beat up on the weak and was pounded by upper echelon schools this season leading head coach Tommy Tubberville into finding a new gig with the Cincinnati Bearcats so he wouldn’t be on the hot seat with the Red Raiders in 2013.

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