Tulsa Golden Hurricane versus Central Florida Knights College Football Betting Preview

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Friday Night College Football will feature a pair of teams from the AAC conference as the Central Florida Knights will play host to the Tulsa Golden Hurricane. The Golden Hurricane and Knights get things started from Central Florida at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN2 has 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 home side Central Florida Knights the -20 point favorite with an over under line set at 55 points.

The Tulsa football program has hit some lean years recently. It was not too long ago when the Golden Hurricane and Knights were competing against one another in the Conference USA championship game. Central Florida and Tulsa has moved into the AAC conference. The Knights have maintained a high level of play but Tulsa has not. The team is 2-7 on the year and already eliminated from bowl consideration. The Golden Hurricane is 90th in college football in scoring as they average just 25 points per game. They have played poorly in 2014 on defense as they rank 108th or worse in all four categories. The team is 121st in the nation in points allowed by giving up 39 points. Opponents are moving the football on Tulsa to a tune of 267 yards rushing and 216 yards passing average per game. The Golden Hurricane quarterback Dane Evans a sophomore is hitting on 56% of his passes with 19 touchdowns and 9 picks. Central Florida enters play with a record of 5-3 as the team is just one win away from bowl eligibility. They enter play off a bye week as the Knights five game win streak was snapped on November 1st in a 37-29 road defeat at Connecticut as a -8 ½ point favorite. It was a bad game for Central Florida sophomore quarterback Justin Holman who had four picks in defeat. For the season Central Florida signal caller is has 13 touchdown passes and 10 picks. The Knights continue their good play on defense as they rank 8th overall by giving up 308 yards per game on the year.

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