NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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The College Football Bowl card for Saturday December 29th features five games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 12PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV from Atlanta with the Peach Bowl as Michigan battles Florida. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Michigan Wolverines favored by -6 points with the over under of 51. Florida enters play on a three game win streak. Notable wins came at home to South Carolina and closing out the regular season beating rivals Florida St on the road 41-14. Michigan began their season with a loss at Notre Dame and enter their bowl game getting blown out at rivals Ohio St 62-49. Wolverines defense surrendered 567 yards to the Buckeyes with 396 passing and six touchdowns. Gators did beat quality opposition this year with a home win to LSU and on the road to Mississippi St.

Cotton Bowl will be a playoff semifinal from Arlington Texas at 4PM Eastern Time on ESPN as Clemson meets Notre Dame. Clemson is favored by -12 ½ points with the total of 56 ½ points. Clemson is an undefeated team at 13-0 and the Fighting Irish at 12-0. Tigers offense rolled down the stretch putting up 56 at home to South Carolina and 42 facing Pittsburgh on a neutral field in the ACC Championship game. A common opponent includes the Pittsburgh Panthers and Notre Dame struggled offensively for the 19-14 home victory. That was with Ian Book under center for the Fighting Irish.

The night wraps up at 8PM Eastern Time from Miami in the Orange Bowl playoff semifinal game with Alabama facing Oklahoma. Alabama is favored by -14 with the over under of 77. Oklahoma is the only team with a loss in these playoffs. They were able to get revenge after beating Texas in the Big 12 championship game 39-27 covering as a -8 ½ point favorite. That result means that Oklahoma beat every team from a competitive Big 12 conference schedule. Sooners post the number one offense in the nation averaging 578 yards and 49.5 points per game. Alabama finished at up 13-0 as they rallied from a 14 point second half deficit to beat Georgia in the SEC title game. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is probable with an ankle injury. Crimson Tide is second in the nation in scoring posting 47.9 points per game. They do have notable shut out victories to LSU and Mississippi St this season.

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