NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Thursday

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The college football bowl schedule for Thursday December 27th features three games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 1:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the Independence Bowl from Shreveport as Duke Blue Devils meet Temple Owls. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Temple Owls favored by -3 ½ points with the total set at 54 ½ points. Like last year Temple closed their season strong as they finished at 8-4 overall. Owls have won three straight and six of their past seven games. Their lone loss in AAC play came to UCF on the road 52-40. Duke is 7-5 overall and had a disappointing finish to their regular season. Blue Devils after a 35-6 road loss at Clemson had an embarrassing home loss 59-7 to Wake Forest. Duke struggled in run defense allowing 222 yards per game with 5.2 per rush.

From Yankees Stadium it is the Pinstripe Bowl as Wisconsin will meet Miami Hurricanes at 5:15PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV. Miami is favored by -3 with the total of 47 ½ points. These teams met in the Orange Bowl last year with Wisconsin winning 34-24. The star in that win was Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook. But the signal caller will miss the Pinstripe Bowl with a concussion. Miami concluded play at 7-5 behind a strong defense and struggles on offense. Hurricanes quarterback struggled this year and the team completed only 51.9% of their passes.

At 9PM Eastern Time from Houston it will be the Texas Bowl as Vanderbilt will face Baylor on ESPN TV. Vanderbilt is favored by -4 with the total of 55 ½ points. This is a game between 6-6 teams. Baylor become bowl eligible as they defeated Texas Tech on the road 35-24 to break a two game losing streak. Bears have a notable home win to Oklahoma St. Vanderbilt to become bowl eligible needed three wins in their final four games. They got past Tennessee at home in their regular season finale 38-13. Vanderbilt has Kyle Shurmur a four year starting senior quarterback with experienced offensive line. Commodores completed 63.5% of their pass attempts this year.

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