Oklahoma Sooners versus Alabama Crimson Tide College Football Betting Preview

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Post New Year’s Day the college football bowl schedule is full of outstanding matchups and on Thursday January 2nd will feature two storied programs as the Oklahoma Sooners will face the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl. The Sooners and Crimson Tide will get things started from Alabama at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the SEC conference school the Alabama Crimson Tide favored by -15 points with a total lined at 51 ½ points. Those who play on the Alabama Crimson Tide on the money line will lay -600 odds with the return on the Oklahoma Sooners at +450 odds on the money line.

Oklahoma may be surprised playing in a BCS bowl game while Alabama did not want to be here after consecutive BCS Championship Game wins. This will be a hard game for Alabama to get up for. We have seen Alabama lose a BCS Bowl game to Utah as the team felt disappointed not participating in a BCS Title game. The win that catapulted the Sooners into a BCS bowl game came about for various reasons. Oklahoma was fortunate that Oregon suffered a second loss. There also lucky that Northern Illinois lost in the MAC conference championship game. So the Fiesta Bowl opened up for Oklahoma. They also earned it themselves as Oklahoma went on the road and defeated Kansas St 41-31 on November 23rd and on December 7th the Sooners went on the road in the Bedlam Rivalry and defeated the Oklahoma St Cowboys 33-24 as a +10 point road underdog. Oklahoma got up for their two biggest rivalry games. They beat Texas by 16 points in the Red Rivalry and won by 9 points in Bedlam. Alabama has to regroup after a heartbreaking 34-28 road defeat to Auburn that cost the Crimson Tide a possible trip to a possible BCS Bowl appearance. Alabama posts the fifth best defensive in all of college football.

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