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The college football bowl season kicks off on Saturday night with a three pack of games, and in the finale on the first day of the greatest time of year, the Troy Trojans will take on the Ohio Bobcats in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.
The Smurf Turf will be on display one final time this year for the Humanitarian Bowl, where the Fresno State Bulldogs will lock horns with the Northern Illinois Huskies.
The UTEP Miners and BYU Cougars have led fairly opposite lives this year. The men from the Lone Star State might have a relatively short trek to get to Albuquerque, but they certainly haven't played well of late, losing five of their last six to limp into the bowl season. BYU is on fire though, having lost just once over the course of the last month of the season. The two will butt heads in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday to kick off the bowl campaign.
Lincoln Financial Field will once again be the site of the annual Army/Navy game, as the Army Black Knights try to snap their lengthy losing streak to the Navy Midshipmen.
Once upon a time, the NCAA football betting battle between the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins was one of the best in the nation that had implications on the Rose Bowl each and every year. Now that the Trojans are on probation and the Bruins have won just four games on the campaign though, this one is for pride only on Saturday night, as the season will come to a close for both teams when this one is over with.
At the outset of the season, many college football betting fans believed that this would be the Big XII Championship Game, and the winner would be on their way to Glendale for the BCS Championship Game. That’s not quite how the plot played out this year, as the prize for the winner of this duel between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and Oklahoma Sooners is a trip to the Fiesta Bowl.
In the final NCAA football betting affair of the final Saturday of the regular season, the Hawaii Warriors will take on the UNLV Rebels.
For the second time in these two schools’ histories, the Virginia Tech Hokies and Florida State Seminoles will meet up in the ACC Championship Game. It is rather undisputed that these were the best two teams in the conference all season long, and the winner of the this NCAA football betting battle in Charlotte will be going to the Orange Bowl as a result. The loser has already been guaranteed a spot in the Chic-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta on New Year’s Eve.
The SEC Championship Game should be a very, very interesting one on Saturday afternoon at the Georgia Dome. The South Carolina Gamecocks will take be in their first conference title game with the stakes very, very high, as the Auburn Tigers are just one win away from playing for the BCS Championship.
One game separates the Connecticut Huskies from their first trip to the BCS in their school’s history, but if HC Randy Edsall and company want to go to either the Fiesta Bowl or the Orange Bowl, they need to take out the South Florida Bulls or get a heck of a lot of help on Saturday afternoon.