NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Week 12 from the College Football regular season opens up on Tuesday November 11th as there are two matchups from the MAC conference airing over national television to satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets going at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Over on ESPNU at 8PM Eastern Time it will be the Buffalo Bulls playing host to the Akron Zips. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road side Buffalo Bulls the -3 ½ point wagering favorite. Akron will look to break a three game losing streak as they have struggled offensively by averaging just 17 points per game. The Bulls are suffering through a four game losing streak. In their past two games the team has scored 14 points in each game in losses at home to Central Michigan and on the road at Ohio.

A huge matchup with MAC conference title game implications is featured at 8PM Eastern Time on ESPN2 as the Northern Illinois Huskies will be home to battle the Toledo Rockets. This is a big game in the MAC conference West division as Toledo has a conference mark of 5-0 while Northern Illinois is 4-1 in their conference games. As they enter this big game on their scheduled the Toledo Rockets have some major injury concerns as quarterback Logan Woodside has been listed as questionable with a leg injury. The Rockets post the 16th best offense in college football this year as the team puts up 495 yards per game on the year. Their big issues have come on the defensive side of the football as Toledo is giving up 323 yards passing per game ranking 126th in all of college football. Sophomore quarterback Woodside is completing 61% of his passes with 14 touchdowns and five picks. Northern Illinois has suffered through some turnover after some great seasons of late which include a trip to a BCS bowl game. The team is 7-2 on the year with a road blowout loss at Arkansas and a home defeat to Central Michigan by 17 points. The Huskies starting quarterback is sophomore Drew Hare who is hitting on 60% of his passes with only 11 touchdown passes in nine games and only one pick.

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