NCAA College Football Bowl Sports Match Ups Saturday December 28, 2019

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The College Football action heats up on Saturday December 28th with four games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Peach Bowl from Atlanta Georgia will be the semifinal playoff game as LSU Tigers face the Oklahoma Sooners. Things get started at 4PM 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 LSU Tigers favored by -14 points with the over under line of 76 points. LSU concluded a perfect 13-0 regular season following their 37-10 victory to Georgia in the SEC championship game. Other notable wins came to Alabama and Texas on the road and a home victory to Auburn. Tigers offense averaged 554 yards and 47.8 points per game facing a very difficult schedule. Defensively LSU held opponents to 342 yards and 21.2 points per game. Oklahoma is a 12-1 team. They defeated Baylor in the Big 12 championship game 30-23 in overtime. Bears had to utilize a backup quarterback for the second half and overtime with the starter knocked out of the game. Lone loss for the Sooners came at Kansas St 48-41. Sooners offense posted 554 yards per game on the season.

The second Semifinal playoff game is the Fiesta Bowl from Tempe Arizona as Ohio St meets Clemson Tigers. Play begins at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will televise. Clemson is favored by -2 points with the over under line of 63 points. Both teams undefeated at 13-0. Tigers have pounded teams down the stretch scoring 52 points or greater in five of their final six games. Clemson comes off the 62-17 win in the ACC title game to Virginia. Ohio St faced their toughest test in their final three games picking up wins to Penn St, Michigan on the road and to Wisconsin in the Big Ten championship game. In that span of three games the Buckeyes averaged 495 yards and 39.3 points per game. The defense allowed 351 yards. Clemson in that three game window did put up 554 yards while holding opponents to only 222 yards and 2.6 yards per attempt.

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