NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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After a break with the NFL taking center stage on the gridiron on Sunday the college football bowl season continues on Monday December 29th as there are three outstanding games over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets going at 2PM Eastern Time.

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In the Liberty Bowl it’s the West Virginia Mountaineers facing the Texas A&M Aggies at 2PM Eastern Time from Memphis Tennessee on ESPN TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the West Virginia Mountaineers the -1 ½ point favorite with a total of 65 ½ points. Both teams enter their bowl games with 7-5 records. Texas A&M has faced an extremely difficult schedule playing Mississippi, Mississippi St, Alabama, LSU, Arkansas and South Carolina. The Mountaineers had a late three game losing streak until they beat a bad Iowa St team in the regular season finale.

The Russell Athletic Bowl will be played in sunny Orlando Florida at 5:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN as the Clemson Tigers will meet the Oklahoma Sooners. Oklahoma is favored by -3 ½ points with a total of 53 points. Oklahoma returns to the field after blowing a big lead in their rivalry game to Oklahoma St and suffering an overtime loss. The team lost four regular season games. Clemson is the number one defense in college football as they give up just 259 yards per game. The Tigers have a win against South Carolina in their regular season finale and won eight of their past nine games. They took Florida St into overtime and lost 23-17.

The late night game will be the Texas Bowl played in Houston at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN as the Arkansas Razorbacks will meet the Texas Longhorns. The Arkansas Razorbacks are favored by -6 ½ points with a total of 44 ½ points. Both teams are 6-6 on the year. Texas went through a rebuilding season with head coach Charlie Strong removing players from this year’s team. The big question mark is sophomore Tyrone Swoopes who has looked very shaky this season. Arkansas picked up home victories against LSU and Ole Miss in mid-November in shutout fashion. In their final regular season game the Razorbacks blew a late lead in a 21-14 road defeat to Missouri.

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