NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The college football bowls continue on Tuesday December 22nd as there are two games scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl gets things going at 3:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Utah St Aggies will meet the Akron Zips from Boise Idaho. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Utah St Aggies the -7 point wagering favorite with the total lined at 47 ½ points. Those playing on Utah St on the money line will lay -280 odds with the return on the underdog Akron Zips at +140 odds on the money line.

Akron enters play with a record of 7-5. They finished strongly in the MAC conference by winning their past four games. The Zips have defended well this year by limiting the opposition to 328 yards per game which is 16th best from college football. They are strongest defending the run.

Utah St was a disappointing 6-6 on the campaign. They dropped three of their past four games after a 51-28 loss at home to BYU to close the regular season. Utah St is 91st in the nation in total offense by gaining only 370 yards per game.

The Boca Raton Bowl will kick off at 7PM Eastern Time as the Toledo Rockets will face the Temple Owls. The Owls and Rockets will play in Boca Raton Florida on ESPN TV. The Temple Owls are favored by -2 points with the over under line set at 50 points. Those playing on Temple on the money line will lay -130 odds with the return on the underdog Toledo Rockets at +110 odds on the money line.

Temple missed out on a chance to earn a New Year’s Day bid to the Orange Bowl after a 24-13 defeat in the AAC championship game to Houston. The Owls are a fine defensive team limiting their opponents to 19.2 points per game good for 16th best from college football.

The Rockets blew a shot at the MAC title game by dropping a 35-30 home decision to Western Michigan. Though strong offensively the defense has tapered off in the final few weeks of the season. They are 106th against the run by allowing 260 yards rushing per game.

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