NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The College Football Bowl action for Friday December 21st features two games on the schedule to the delight of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 12:30PM Eastern Time with the Bahamas Bowl as the Toledo Rockets meeting Florida International Golden Panthers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Toledo Rockets favored by -4 ½ points with the total lined at 59 points. Florida International is 8-4 and come off a disappointing loss at home to Marshall 28-25. That loss prevented the Golden Panthers from advancing to the Conference USA title game. FIU is a good offensive team that moves the football for 417 yards with a rushing attack that generates 170 yards. Quarterback James Morgan is completing 65.3% of his passes for 2727 yards with 26 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

Toledo finished the year at 7-5. They dropped both games against the top MAC teams on the schedule in Northern Illinois and Buffalo. Rockets lost by double digits to both the Huskies and Bulls. First year starting quarterback Eli Peters completed 54.6% of his passes for 1573 yards with 15 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Rockets are a good rushing team running for 223 yards per game.

From Boise Idaho it is the Potato Bowl as the BYU Cougars meeting Western Michigan Broncos at 4PM ET on ESPN. BYU is favored by -12 points with the total set at 50 points. Western Michigan broke a three game losing streak as they defeated Northern Illinois at home 28-21. Broncos had ugly losses in MAC games to Toledo by 27 and Ohio by 45 all at home. Western Michigan lost their starting quarterback Joe Wassink for the year with a foot injury. Freshman Kalek Eleby saw action in four games completing 64.9% of his throws with four touchdowns and two picks.

BYU finished play at 6-6. They became bowl eligible with wins late in the season to New Mexico St and Massachusetts. Their only win to a bowl team came at Wisconsin 24-21. Cougars offense struggled through the season and had to switch to freshman quarterback Zach Wilson. He completed 62.2% of his passes with eight touchdowns and three interceptions. BYU did display good defensive play this season holding teams to 325 yards per game which is 18th in the nation.

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