The Bearcats are holding their own in the Big East this season while Marshall looks like a contender in Conference USA. Gamblers that bet on football could choose either side in this game.
College football betting stats show that the teams have met only three times, all this decade. They played last year at Cincinnati and the Bearcats routed Marshall 40-14 according to college football betting stats. They played in 2004 and Cincinnati won 32-14 at home according to college football betting numbers. The only Marshall win came at home in 2000 as they were 25-14 winners according to college football betting statistics. The matchup this season could look a lot more like the 2000 game than the game last season.
The Marshall offense has impressed gamblers that bet on college football. Quarterback Mark Cann has been efficient and receiver Darrius Passmore has shown the ability to make the big play. Normally Cincinnati would be a solid college football betting favorite in this game but that is not the case since Marshall is playing well.
Cincinnati was expecting better things this season but has been up and down in terms of college football betting. They have not been able to run the ball at all which has forced quarterback Dustin Grutza to throw far too many times. That has resulted in a lot of mistakes and the Bearcats have suffered because of them, as have gamblers that have backed them.
Televised games get a lot more attention than non-televised games in college football betting. That should mean that gamblers who bet on college football will take a long look at this game in college football betting. The problem for gamblers that are looking at this football betting matchup is whether they trust Marshall enough to back them in this game. Cincinnati has shown to be unreliable in terms of college football betting this season so the Thundering Herd look to be the most popular side for gamblers that bet on college football.
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