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The annual Cotton Bowl Classic takes place this year at its latest date ever. However, on Friday night, the LSU Tigers and Texas A&M Aggies square off at Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, instead of playing in the traditional Cotton Bowl in Dallas.
The 2011 Orange Bowl features one of the most interesting NCAA football betting matchups of the entire season. The Virginia Tech Hokies, the champions of the ACC, will be taking on the Stanford Cardinal, who might have been the runners up in the Pac-10, but they legitimately have a chance to finish in the Top 5 in the nation as well.
Over the course of the last few years, the Fiesta Bowl has provided us with some memorable moments. The Oklahoma Sooners have been the subject of two tremendous upsets in their history here, losing to the West Virginia Mountaineers in their first game without Head Coach Rich Rodriguez. However, their biggest blunder to date came against the Boise State Broncos to really start the wave of mid major success in BCS games. The good news is that there is a BCS foe on deck, but the foe is one that has never been here before. The Connecticut Huskies are the foe in this game, and they’ll be looking to continue the upsets in OU history as the biggest dogs on the bowl betting board.
It’s the Granddaddy of Them All at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, and the Wisconsin Badgers and TCU Horned Frogs are ready for the pageantry, glitz, and glamour of it all. This NCAA football betting battle is about bragging rights, as the Horned Frogs try to play the role of spoiler to the tradition of one of the biggest games of the season.
Never before has there been so much controversy surrounding a head coach in a bowl game. Head Coach Rich Rodriguez has a lot of pressure on his shoulders right now as he guides the Michigan Wolverines into NCAA football betting action at the Gator Bowl against the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
One of the oldest coaches that has ever graced the sidelines in NCAA football betting action takes on a man that might be coaching his last ever game on New Year's Day, as the Florida Gators try to send Head Coach Urban Meyer out in style against Head Coach Joe Paterno and the Penn State Nittany Lions in the Outback Bowl.
The Michigan State Spartans had an absolutely fantastic season this year, and though they aren’t rewarded with a BCS bowl game this year, they are going to get a BCS atmosphere in the Capital One Bowl against the defending BCS National Champions, the Alabama Crimson Tide on New Year’s Day.
January 1st in the Lone Star State normally means that we are preparing for the Cotton Bowl, but with that game moving to Dallas Cowboys Stadium later next week, this illustrious stadium is hosting the first annual Ticket City Bowl. The Texas Tech Red Raiders will be the de facto hosts in this game against the Northwestern Wildcats in this NCAA football betting battle.
Once upon a time, Head Coach Steve Spurrier made a living out of beating the snot out of the Florida State Seminoles. He’ll try to do the exact same thing in the final game of 2010 in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, except instead of leading the men in blue and orange, he’ll be leading the South Carolina Gamecocks on the field at the Georgia Dome.
The UCF Knights are still searching for their first ever bowl win after four failed attempts, and they are going to be at the Liberty Bowl for the second time in their history on New Year’s Eve when they face the Georgia Bulldogs, who are trying to avoid their first losing season in the Head Coach Mark Richt era.