NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The College Football card for Friday November 17th features two games on the schedule over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time on CBS Sports Network as the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers are home to the Middle Tennessee St Blue Raiders. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Middle Tennessee St Blue Raiders favored by -3 points with the total set at 58 ¬Ĺ points. Both teams enter one game away from bowl eligibility with a record of 5-5. Western Kentucky has won four of their previous five meetings. Blue Raiders enter play on a two game win streak after wins at home to UTEP and at Charlotte. The win at Charlotte broke a three game losing streak on the road as the Blue Raiders dropped games at UAB, Florida Atlantic and Minnesota. Western Kentucky returns home after dropping back to back road games at Vanderbilt and Marshall. Hilltoppers have had their struggles on defense allowing 31 points or greater in four straight games. They are a poor running team that only averages 2.3 yards per carry on their 31 attempts per game. That is a lot of wasted downs.

At 9:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN 2 TV it will be a Mountain West conference affair as the New Mexico Lobos have a home date with the UNLV Rebels. New Mexico is favored by -2 points with the over under odds set at 56 points. UNLV is 4-6 and in need of two more wins for bowl eligibility. The possibility is still there as they close out with a down Nevada team next week. Rebels had their two game win streak come to an end by losing 31-21 at home to BYU last week. UNLV has struggled for years now on defense. This year they allow 461 yards per game and 6.1 per play. New Mexico is having a down season at 3-7. Lobos are on a five game losing streak after dropping a 55-14 road decision at Texas A&M last week. Point production has been an issue with the team scoring 14 points or fewer in four of their past five games.

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