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Texas Tech is not one of the top favorites to win the Big 12 title this season, but do not count it completely out of the race after going 8-5 straight-up last season and 4-5 SU in conference play. The Red Raiders started the season a perfect 4-0 both SU and against the spread in the non-conference portion of their schedule. They closed-out the season with a 34-31 victory over Minnesota in the Meineke Car Care Bowl as 13-point favorites.
A Christmas Eve tradition, the Hawaii Bowl should once again be a fantastic game for college football betting fans to sink their teeth into. The Fresno State Bulldogs will take on the SMU Mustangs for the right to claim the last bowl game of the year before Christmas.
2012 BBVA Compass Bowl Betting Preview- SMU Mustangs vs. Pittsburgh Panthers Point spread: Pittsburgh -3.5 Over/Under: 47 The SMU Mustangs, out of Conference-USA clash with the Pittsburgh Panthers, from the Big East this upcoming Saturday in this season’s BBVA Compass …
Two up and coming programs in the Lone Star State will duke it out in NCAA football betting action on Sunday in a crucial clash, as the Texas A&M Aggies will host the SMU Mustangs. Head Coach June Jones has …
Two of the best feel good teams in the bowl season this year lock horns in the Armed Forces Bowl two days before New Years, as the Army Black Knights take on the SMU Mustangs.
Conference USA’s champion will be crowned on Saturday afternoon at Bright House Networks Stadium, as the UCF Knights and SMU Mustangs battle it out in the Conference USA Championship Game for the right to go the Liberty Bowl.
Many wouldn’t think of the NCAA football betting battle between the TCU Horned Frogs and the SMU Mustangs as a bitter rivalry, but these two teams have quite the history and could put on a great show on Friday night in a nationally televised game.
The Tommy Tuberville era begins in Lubbock on Sunday afternoon, as the Texas Tech Red Raiders and SMU Mustangs engage in what could be a heck of a college football betting duel in the Lone Star State.