NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Wednesday

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As we move into Week 11 of the College Football regular season there is a pair of games scheduled from the MAC conference on Wednesday November 5th to satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide.

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The Ohio Bobcats will host the Buffalo Bulls at 8PM Eastern Time over ESPNU TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Buffalo Bulls the -3 point favorite. The Buffalo Bulls sits with a disappointing mark of 3-5 on the road and the team is 0-3 on the road. They will carry a three game losing streak in this home game on Wednesday after their loss at home on October 25th to Central Michigan 20-14 as a +3 ½ point underdog. The Bulls have fallen to 1-3 in the MAC conference and two games behind first place Bowling Green Falcons in the East division. Buffalo has had issues on defense as the club ranks 101st in the nation in points allowed by giving up 33 a game to opponents. Junior quarterback Joe Licata has completed 64% of his throws this year with 20 touchdowns and 9 picks. With a bad start to the year Buffalo fired head coach Jeff Quinn after an October 11th defeat at Eastern Michigan. Ohio is 2-3 in the MAC conference East division and sits two games back of first place Bowling Green. The team enters play losers of three of their past four games after a 21 point loss at Western Michigan.

Over on ESPN2 TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Ball St Cardinals will welcome in the Northern Illinois Huskies into town. The road team Northern Illinois Huskies is a -3 point favorite. Northern Illinois is 6-2 overall this year and sits 3-1 in the MAC conference west and one game back of first place Toledo. The Huskies have had their issues stopping the pass as they rank 91st in the national by allowing 246 yards through the air. Ball St is 2-2 in MAC conference play and sits two games behind of first place Toledo in the West division. After dropping five straight the Cardinals are on a two game win streak.

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