NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The college football card on Friday November 4th features three games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 6PM Eastern Time on CBS Sports Network as the Miami Ohio Redhawks will host the Central Michigan Chippewas. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Central Michigan favored by -4 points with the over under line of 46 ½ points. Central Michigan is just one win away from bowl eligibility as they enter play with a record of 5-4. They missed out on an opportunity for that precious sixth win as they dropped a 27-24 home decision to Kent St as a -12 ½ point favorite for their second straight defeat. Miami Ohio is 3-6 and has won three straight after the 28-15 road victory at Eastern Michigan.

On ESPN2 TV at 7PM Eastern Time the Connecticut Huskies are home to the Temple Owls. Temple is favored on the road by -10 points with the total set at 46 points. Connecticut is 3-6 and demoted their offensive coordinator after dropping a 41-3 road decision at East Carolina. UCONN ranks 106th in total offense and 126th in the nation in scoring offense. The Huskies average 361 yards and 18.3 points per game. Temple got that huge sixth win to become bowl eligible after their 34-13 home victory to Cincinnati for their third straight victory. Temple is 11th best in total defense allowing 306 yards per game.

The late night game kicks off on CBS Sports Network at 10:15PM Eastern Time as the Boise St Broncos will be home to the San Jose St Spartans. Boise St is favored by -29 points with the over under set at 57 ½ points. The Broncos saw their hopes for a New Year’s Day bowl go down in flames with the 30-28 road defeat at Wyoming as a 14 ½ point favorite. With four games remaining the Broncos are a game behind Wyoming in the Mountain division but must finish a game ahead of the Cowboys to make the MWC championship game. San Jose St improved to 3-6 with the 30-24 home victory to UNLV.

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