Little Caesars Bowl Betting: Western Michigan vs. Purdue

If you like your Bowl games hot and ready, the Little Caesars Bowl kicks off at Ford Field in downtown Detroit on December 26th with the Western Michigan Broncos taking on the Purdue Boilermakers.  Former Michigan State football coach George Perles helped give birth to the Little Caesars Bowl in 1998 when it was originally called the Motor City Bowl.  It’s been a Michigan tradition since then with great matchups each year and this year is no different.  Vegas has the line pretty close with Purdue at -2 ½ with the over/under at 60. College Football betting action on the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

 
 
The Broncos come into play with a 7-5 overall record with a 5-3 record in the MAC West division.  Bill Cubit is now in his 7th year as Broncos head coach with a 47-38 overall record at Western Michigan.  When you talk Broncos football in 2011, offense comes to mind and lots of it.  The boys from Kalamazoo have won their last two games and average 28 points per game on defense.  As previously stated, the offense is where the Broncos truly shine on the field. The biggest weapon down the field for the Broncos and possibly the entire country is superstar senior WR Jordan White.  White leads the nation with 127 catches and 1,646 receiving yards, he’s also second in the nation with 16 receiving TDs. Check the College Football Odds for Western Michigan vs. Purdue game.

The Boilermakers arrive in Motown with a 6-6 overall record and a 4-4 record in the Big Ten.  Head coach Danny Hope is in his third year in West Lafayette with a 15-21 overall record.  Purdue averages 26.1 points per game on offense and 26.4 points per game on defense.  The Boilermakers have a 1-2 record against ranked opponents this season.

Junior QB Caleb TerBush paces the Purdue offense with junior RB Ralph Bolden dependable behind him.  Junior WR Antavian Edison  and senior WR Justin Siller remain TerBush’s favorite targets down the field.

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