NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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The College Football Bowls roll on Wednesday December 28th with four outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 2PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV with the Pinstripe Bowl from New York as Northwestern Wildcats face the Pittsburgh Panthers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Pittsburgh favored by -5 points with over under of 64 ½ points. Pittsburgh closed out the regular season with three straight victories including a 43-42 road victory at Clemson. They put up 76 points in a home victory to Syracuse. Northwestern got their sixth win of the season to become bowl eligible by beating Illinois at home in the regular season finale 42-21.

At 5:30PM Eastern Time it’s the Russell Athletic Bowl from Orlando Florida as the Miami Hurricanes will face the West Virginia Mountaineers. Miami is favored by -2 ½ points with a total of 57 ½ points. West Virginia was 10-2 on the year. Their losses came to Oklahoma and Oklahoma St. Miami is 8-4 and closed out with four straight victories beating NC State on the road and Pittsburgh at home.

The Foster Farms Bowl kicks off at 8:30PM Eastern Time from Santa Clara on FOX TV as the Utah Utes will face the Indiana Hoosiers. Utah is lined as a -6 point betting favorite with the total set at 54 ½ points. Utah looks to break a two game losing streak with losses to Oregon and Colorado. Indiana is 6-6 and ran off their head coach. They needed a 26-24 home victory to Purdue to become bowl eligible.

The Kansas St Wildcats face the Texas A&M Aggies in the Texas Bowl at 9PM Eastern Time on ESPN from Houston. Texas A&M is favored by -2.5 points with an over under line of 57 ½ points. Both teams have records of 8-4. The Aggies dropped three of their past four games after losing at home to LSU 54-39. They are 0-4 against their past four SEC conference opponents. Kansas St closed out with three straight victories after beating TCU on the road 30-6 in their regular season finale.

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