NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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Week 13 of the 2014 College Football season gets going on Tuesday November 18th as there are two outstanding matchups scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. One game is slated for national television and one can be viewed over your computer. The action on the gridiron gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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From MAC conference play at 7PM Eastern Time online over ESPN3.com it will be the Akron Zips playing host to the Massachusetts Minutemen. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Akron Zips the -7 point favorite. It was a difficult entry into the FCS division of college football for UMASS. The team has gone 1-11 over the past two seasons. Many of their losses were in blowout fashion as well. In 2014 the Minutemen have more wins in 3 than they have had the previous two seasons. The team is 3-7 and has won three of their past four games all against MAC conference teams. Looking over their past six games they are 3-3. The losses were by 7 at Toledo, 1 at Miami Ohio and by 5 points home to a pretty good MAC squad in Bowling Green. During the non-conference UMASS had a three point home loss to Colorado of the PAC 12 conference and went to Vanderbilt form the SEC conference and lose 34-31. The team is 6th best passing team in college football as senior quarterback Blake Frohnapfel is hitting on 55% of his throws for 3345 yards with 23 touchdowns and 10 picks. Akron sits 4-6 on the year looks to break a four game losing streak all against MAC conference schools.

Over on ESPNU at 8PM Eastern Time the Ohio Bobcats will welcome into town the Northern Illinois Huskies. It’s the road side Northern Illinois favored by -2 ½ points. The Huskies are coming off a big win last week as they defeated Toledo 27-24. They sit in a three way tie in the MAC conference West division with Toledo and Western Michigan with two games remaining. Ohio is 5-5 overall but 4-1 at home. They can better their bowl chances by winning their next two games to finish at 7-5.

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