NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The college football bowl game for New Year’s Day January 1st features five games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Fiesta Bowl from Glendale Arizona gets underway at 1PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Central Florida Knights will meet LSU Tigers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the LSU Tigers favored by -7 with the over under line of 57 ½ points. Central Florida completed back to back undefeated regular seasons. Team will be without their starting quarterback McKenzie Milton who is out with a knee injury. LSU is 9-3 and come off a 74-72 seven overtime defeat at Texas A&M. Tigers defense failed to get stops in overtime. Other losses came at home to Alabama and a road game at Florida. UCF posted a notable home win to Cincinnati 38-13.

Rose Bowl from Pasadena airs on ESPN TV at 5PM Eastern Time as Ohio St Buckeyes meet Washington Huskies. Ohio St is favored by -6 ½ points with the total lined at 57 ½ points. To earn a Rose Bowl berth the Huskies beat Washington St on the road and a hot Utah team in the PAC 12 title game. Huskies defense has been good this season allowing 301 yards and 15.5 points per game. Ohio St defense struggled away from home this season. They closed the season with a 62-39 home win to Michigan and 45-24 to Northwestern in the Big Ten title game.

Sugar Bowl from New Orleans begins at 8:45PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with Georgia Bulldogs batting Texas Longhorns. Georgia is favored by -12 ½ points with the total set at 58. Texas dropped their fourth game of the season in a 39-27 defeat to Oklahoma in the Big 12 title game. Longhorns defense gave up 34 points or greater in four of their final six games. Georgia a one loss team as they entered the SEC championship game. Bulldogs built a 28-14 second half lead but gave up 21 unanswered points in their 35-28 defeat. The loss cost Georgia a spot in the Final Four playoffs.

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