NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Tuesday

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The MAC conference will be featured from College Football action on Tuesday night November 4th as there are two games scheduled over national television to greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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It gets started at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPN2 TV as the Akron Zips will be hosting the Bowling Green Falcons. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Akron Zips the -5 point wagering favorite. A check of the MAC conference standings and we see Akron and Bowling Green the top two teams in the East division. Bowling Green leads the East division with a record of 3-1 against the MAC and holds a one game lead over second place Akron who is 2-2 against the MAC. The Bowling Green Falcons are 2-0 on the road against the conference as they have picked up wins at Massachusetts 47-42 and at Ohio by the score of 31-13. The team is 25th best passing team in college football by averaging 289 yards passing per game. Unfortunately they rank near the bottom of college football in many defensive categories. Akron is on a two game losing streak with road defeats against MAC schools Ohio and Ball St. They have struggled for scoring ranking 103rd in college football by averaging 23 points a game.

Over on ESPNU TV at 8PM Eastern Time it will be the Kent St Golden Flashes playing host to the Toledo Rockets. Toledo is favored on the road by -13 points. Toledo is atop the MAC west with a mark of 4-0 against conference opponents. They hold a one game lead in the loss column over both Western Michigan and Northern Illinois. Kent St sits in last place in the MAC East division at 0-4 against conference opponents. Toledo has one road game against MAC schools and it resulted in a 20-19 victory at Western Michigan in overtime. Toledo is 16th in the nation in total offense by averaging 505 yards per game. Kent St has home losses to Ohio by three and Massachusetts by 23 points in their only home games against the MAC. They are 127th in scoring as they average just 14 points per game.

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