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The Missouri Tigers had a magical season this year, and though silly rules about a maximum of two teams from any conference making the BCS kept them out of the biggest games of the season, they’ve got a nice consolation prize here in the Cotton Bowl against a team which they used to share the Big XII with, the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Neither the Auburn Tigers nor the Missouri Tigers even figured to get to bowl games this season. Alas, they are the last two teams standing in the crowded SEC, and the winner of this duel in the SEC Championship Game will have every right in the world to challenge for the BCS National Championship.
The SEC East title will be won or lost on Saturday night in Columbia, where the Missouri Tigers will hope to punch their ticket to Atlanta at the expense of the Texas A&M Aggies in college football betting action.
The Missouri Tigers are two wins away from playing in the SEC Championship Game. The first of those tasks won’t be easy to pass, as they are taking on the Ole Miss Rebels in Oxford in one of the best games of the day on the college football betting lines on Saturday.
Week 11 of the 2013 college football season is said and done with, and today, we are going to be looking at some of the best and most valuable odds to win the BCS National Championship as we continue on with the campaign.
The Missouri Tigers are 5-0 heading into this big contest. Missouri limped through their first season in the SEC last year, but they are healthy and looking impressive early on in 2013. Georgia isn’t very healthy, but the Bulldogs are 4-1 with some impressive wins. This is going to be a good measuring stick for both teams. Are the Tigers for real? Can Georgia keep their SEC and national title hopes alive?
Here at Bang the Book, we are always keeping our eyes open for the best games to bet on each and every week. Of all of the games on the Week 2 docket, the one we are zeroing in on is the game where the Missouri Tigers host the Toledo Rockets at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 7th.
The #9 seed vs. the #8 seed is almost always a great game in the NCAA Tournament, and this one should keep that tradition going. Missouri was knocked out in the first game by #15 seed Norfolk State last year. The Tigers didn’t have nearly as good of a regular season this year, and they’ll face a dangerous Colorado State team in this one.
SEC bubble teams are going to meet up for NCAA basketball betting action on Tuesday night in the Show-Me State, where the Missouri Tigers will look to exact some revenge for a tough loss suffered earlier in the year at the hands of the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Two teams from the SEC that badly need a big time win to help ensure their place in the NCAA Tournament are going to meet on BracketBusters Saturday, as the Kentucky Wildcats host the Missouri Tigers