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Advocare V100 Independence Bowl: North Carolina vs. Missouri

Advocare V100 Independence Bowl Betting Preview North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Missouri Tigers Gambling Odds from JustBet NCAA FB Betting Favorite: Missouri -5 Over/Under: 52.5   If you subscribe to the theory that the bowl season truly begins after Christmas, …

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Poinsettia Bowl Betting: Louisiana Tech vs. TCU Pick

The 2011 Poinsettia Bowl kicks off on Wednesday night at Qualcomm Stadium, and it should be a real doozy of a game, as the TCU Horned Frogs look to beat the NCAA football odds against the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. Louisiana …

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Florida International vs. Marshall Pick: 2011 Beef ‘O’Brady’s Bowl

Tuesday night at Tropicana Field, the college football bowl season continues with another great clash on the NCAA football odds, as the Florida International Golden Panthers meet the Marshall Thundering Herd in the 2011 Beef ‘O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl. The …

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Gildan New Mexico Bowl Betting Preview: Temple vs Wyoming

Gildan New Mexico Bowl Betting Preview- Temple Owls vs. Wyoming Cowboys Point spread: Temple -6.5 Over/Under: 47.5 The Temple Owls, out of the Mid American Conference head west this postseason to take-on the Wyoming Cowboys, from the Mountain West in …

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2010 College Football Bowl Odds

The college bowl odds have been released and there are plenty of great games leading up to the national title contest between Auburn (-3) and Oregon. Everyone wants to see what will happen with Auburn quarterback Cam Newton and his recruiting scandal. However, the NCAA cleared him for the SEC title game and he can play going forward as long as no new information comes up. Auburn being three-point ‘chalk’ means the oddsmakers are confident he’ll play.

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