NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Saturday

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There are two college football bowl games scheduled for Saturday December 22nd for betting enthusiasts. The action will be coming heavy now with bowl games on almost every day up until the BCS Championship Game.

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The action all gets underway at 12PM Eastern Time as the East Carolina Pirates from Conference USA will face the Louisiana Lafayette Rajin Cajuns in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday December 22nd. The television broadcast is handled by ESPN.

The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Louisiana Lafayette favored by -4 ½ points with an over under line of 65 points. Louisiana Lafayette will be playing it the New Orleans Bowl in their home state. The team is 8-4 on the season with three straight wins to close out the regular season. They gave the Florida Gators a major scare in on November 10th as the Gators prevail but by only a 27-20 margin. East Carolina has an identical 8-4 mark on the season. The team played well down the stretch winning five of their past six games to finish the year. The Pirates throw the football pretty well with 272 yards passing per game. They have a sophomore under center in Shane Carden who threw for 21 touchdowns and 9 picks on the season and completes 66% of his passes.

Game two will feature the Washington Huskies from the PAC 12 conference as they face they face the 10-2 Boise Straight from the Mountain West conference in the Las Vegas Bowl at 3:30PM Eastern Time. The current odds available for wagering has the Boise St Broncos favored by -5 ½ points with the over under line of 45 points. The Huskies finished at 7-5 on the year but were just 2-4 when playing away from home. The team won four of their final five games of the regular season but the loss was a bad one as they fall 31-28 on the road to in-state rivals Washington St as a two touchdown favorite. During a rebuilding year the Boise St Broncos finished their regular season with a 10-2 record. Losses came in week one against Michigan St and at home to San Diego St. First year quarterback Joe Southwick just couldn’t match the numbers of his predecessor Kellen Moore. Southwick threw for 2466 yards with 17 touchdowns and 7 picks. Boise St had an 80th ranked passing game in 2012.

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