NCAA College Football Sports Betting Match Up Thursday January 2, 2020

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The college football bowl action for Thursday January 2nd features two games over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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It all begins at 3PM Eastern Time in the Birmingham Bowl as the Cincinnati Bearcats meet the Boston College Eagles on ESPN TV. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Cincinnati Bearcats favored by -7 points with the total lined at 55 ½ points. It was a difficult season for the Boston College Eagles. They concluded regular season play at 6-6 and fired head coach Steve Addazio. The Eagles will also be without their offensive coordinator as he took a similar job at Northwestern. Boston College will be without starting quarterback Anthony Brown who is out with a knee injury. Their star running back AJ Dillon has elected to enter the NFL draft after his junior season and will miss this game. Addazio lost his job in part to the play from the defense which was once a staple for the Eagles. BC defensively allowed 480 yards per game with 299 in the passing game. Cincinnati lands in the Birmingham Bowl following their loss in the AAC Championship Game to Memphis 29-24. Bearcats lost twice to Memphis and were blown out at Ohio St 42-0. Cincinnati is a good running team that averages 197 yards per game.

At 7PM Eastern Time it is the Gator Bowl as the Tennessee Volunteers battle the Indiana Hoosiers. Tennessee is favored by -1 ½ points with the over under line of 52 points. Tennessee finished their regular season at 7-5. They finished strong on a five game win streak. The Vols defense played very well during this streak holding opponents to 14 points per game average. They did pick up a notable win on the road to Kentucky 17-13. Indiana enters the Gator Bowl with injuries to both their top two running backs. Team finished at 8-4 during their regular season. They broke a two game losing streak by defeating Purdue 44-41 in overtime. Hoosiers a very good passing team as they average 308 yards per game.

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