NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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The college football week 12 action continues of Wednesday November 12th as there are a couple games scheduled over national television from the MAC conference to satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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The action on the gridiron gets going at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPN2 TV as the Massachusetts Minutemen will welcome into town the Ball St Cardinals. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Massachusetts Minutemen the -3 ½ point favorite. Massachusetts has had some very lean years on the college football landscape. They team took their lumps as a new FCS school getting beat big by both good and the bad teams. We have seen improvement with the Minutemen in 2015 as the team has home victories to Eastern Michigan and on the road at Kent. They have been very competitive in close losses to Colorado, Vanderbilt, Bowling Green and Toledo. The team sits sixth overall in all of college football as they throw for 331 yards per game. Their offense generated nearly 31 points a game. Ball St enters this Wednesday night contest with a mark of 3-6. They suffered through a five game losing streak early in the season with bad losses at Army and a 2 point home defeat to Indiana State. Ball St has trouble on the offense side of the football as the push across just 357 yards per game ranking 104th in the nation.

Over on ESPNU at 8PM Eastern Time it will be the Bowling Green Falcons hosting the Kent St Golden Flashes. Bowling Green is favored by -13 points in this contest. Bowling Green enters play winners of their past four games after they notched a 21-10 road win at Akron as a +3 ½ point wagering underdog. The Falcons are backed by a strong passing attach as the team throws for 276 yards a game. Sophomore quarterback James Knapke is completing 58% of his throws with 11 touchdowns and nine pick on the season. It’s another rough season for the Kent St Golden Flashes as the play on Wednesday with a 1-8 record. Defense has been a major issue for the Golden Flashes as they are 126th in college football in both points and rushing yards allowed.

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