NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The college football bowl schedule for Tuesday December 29th features four games to the satisfaction of college football bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 2PM Eastern Time in the Armed Forces Bowl from Fort Worth Texas at 2PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the California Golden Bears favored by -7 points with the total lined at 67 points. Behind NFL prospect Jared Goff the Golden Bears are fourth ranked passing team from college football. Air Force has a strong rushing attack as they run against the 104th ranked run defense.

At 5:30PM Eastern Time in the Russell Athletics Bowl it will be the Baylor Bears facing the North Carolina Tar Heels on CBS TV. The Tar Heels are favored by -2 ½ points with the total lined at 69 ½ points. Baylor has been hit hard with injuries to their quarterback position and end up in a bowl they don’t want to play it. The culture around Baylor is playoff or bust. North Carolina looks to close out a successful season as they enter at 11-2 off a loss to Clemson in the ACC Championship Game.

The Arizona Bowl on at 7:30PM Eastern Time it will be the Colorado St Rams facing the Nevada Wolf Pack. Colorado St is favored by -3 points with the total lined at 55 ½ points. These two Mountain West teams faced off on October 11th at Nevada with Colorado St posting the 31-24 victory on the road as a -1 ½ point favorite.

The late night game will begin at 9PM Time in the Teas Bowl as the Texas Tech Red Raiders will battle the LSU Tigers. LSU is favored by -7 points with the total lined at 73 ½ points. LSU head coach Les Miles survived a turbulent 8-3 regular season as his job appears safe after a victory against Texas A&M on November 28th. Texas Tech closed out their regular season with a home 59-44 victory to Kansas St and a road 48-45 win at Texas. The Red Raiders are 127th in the nation in total defense by allowing 540 yards per game.

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