Spartans vs Falcons NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping The Military Bowl isn’t the most highly publicized game of the college football bowl season, but this game between the San Jose State Spartans and the Bowling Green Falcons is a matchup between two drastically improved teams. Just two years ago, these two had three combined wins, and last [...]
Bears vs Bruins NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping The Holiday Bowl has a history of playing host to high-scoring football games, and it wouldn’t surprise anybody if that same trend played out Thursday, Dec. 27 between the Baylor Bears and the UCLA Bruins. These two teams combined for 79.2 points per game in the regular season, but [...]
2012 Independence Bowl: Ohio Bobcats vs. Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks Free Gambling Prediction & Preview
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Scarlet Knights vs Hokies NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping In 2012, Virginia Tech has not had a very Virginia Tech season. The Blacksburg squad led seemingly forever by head coach Frank Beamer has a sterling reputation for churning out winning seasons, yet the Hokies limped to a .500 mark this season.
Boilermakers vs Cowboys NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping It is rather surprising to see a team like the 9-3 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs not playing in a bowl this season, while the .500 Purdue Boilermakers – sitting at 6-6 in a decidedly underwhelming Big Ten Conference – meet up with a Big 12 opponent on New Year’s Day [...]
Huskies vs Broncos NCAA Football Spread/Handicapping The Washington Huskies and the Boise State Broncos have only faced off once before—the team from the Pacific Northwest won 24-10 in 2007—but they’ll face off twice in two games starting with the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl. Once this game concludes, both teams will begin their offseason, but once [...]
Pirates vs Ragin’ Cajuns College Football Spread/Handicapping Conference USA vs the Sun Belt in some exciting bowl action. Nothing new to be playing this time of year for East Carolina who I think will be in the “Big East” this time next season. Watch out for the Cajuns who are playing in their own backyard.