College Football Betting – Missouri vs. Northwestern at Valero Alamo Bowl

College football betting fans will witness yet another battle taking place in San Antonio, Texas.

Valero Alamo Bowl betting will be hosted at the home of the supposed great stand made by Daniel Boone and his friends. Despite their valor, the scene turned into a rout, and Boone and the rest lost the battle.

College football betting experts are expecting a similar result in this year’s Valero Alamo Bowl odds match up featuring the Missouri Tigers and Northwestern Wildcats. And in all fairness to the Wildcats, this is one of the most lopsided college football odds match ups in the bowls, and it looks as though it should be a slaughter on the field and in the college football betting odds.

A Big 12/Big 10 match up would seem like a college football betting dream match up in the Valero Alamo Bowl odds, but not when it’s one of the top tier Big 12 teams versus a Northwestern team that fell into this spot by default. And even though the Wildcats finished the college football betting season ranked, that’s also likely by default and because of the reputation of the Big 10 in college football betting.

The Wildcats have only one big win against the college football odds this season when they faced Minnesota, ranked 20th. Even that win was far from impressive by college football betting standards. The fact remains that Northwestern lost the only other two games against ranked opponents, most recently a 45-10 drubbing by a mediocre Ohio State team.

Mizzou, on the other hand, is one of the most overlooked teams in college football betting. The Tigers have one of the best QBs in the college football odds with Chase Daniel in their ranks. That the Tigers are ranked 25th in the college football betting rankings is a major slight to this team. After all the Mizzou team that will play in the Valero Alamo Bowl betting is averaging nearly 500 yards a game and has scored a remarkable 67 TDs during the college football betting season. And that’s against top Big 12 defenses.

The Tigers defense is a bit suspect, giving up 400 yards a game, but again that’s against some of the best offenses in college football betting. The Tigers are favored by 13½ points in the college football odds, but could easily cover that spread against a very soft Northwestern team.
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