College Football Betting

College Football odds: #17 OKLAHOMA at #6 OKLAHOMA STATE

This Saturday, December 7th we have a great BIG 12 & Inter State Rivalry Game as the #17 Oklahoma SOONERS (9-2, 6-2 4th BIG 12) take on the #6 Oklahoma State COWBOYS (10-1, 7-1 1st BIG 12)  with kick off scheduled for 12:05 pm ET and the game will be played on the Cowboys home field at the Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma and the weather for this game will not be a cooperating factor as it will be cloudy with an icy mix cold temperature of 23 degrees and winds of up to 11 mph/NE.

College Football Odds: Bowling Green at BCS #16 Northern Illinois

This Friday, December 6th we have an exceptional good NCAA Football Game between two rivals in the Mid-American Conference for the MAC Championship Game as the Bowling Green FALCONS (9-3, 7-1 1st East Mid-American Conference is will face the BCS #16 Northern Illinois HUSKIES (12-0, 8-0 1st West Mid-American Conference with the game kick-off scheduled for 8:00 pm ET at Ford Field, in Detroit, Michigan.

College Football Betting: Oregon State at #12 Oregon

This Thanksgiving Weekend in South Florida for those who Bet on College football as SBG Global or their favorite Online sportsbook should be excited as Oregon State BEAVERS (6-5, 4-4 4th PAC 12 North) visiting the Oregon DUCKS (9-2, 6-2 2nd PAC 12 North) with kick-off at 7:00 pm ET at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Orgon with weather forecast Cold, Cloudy with mild winds NE. This game is a great rivalry and it’s nicknamed the annual Civil War of the PAC 12.

The Beavers opened their season with a close loss to Eastern Washington 49-46 then had a winning streak of some six games through October 19th then experienced a four game losing streak as they come into their last game of the season with their #1 rival Oregon.  In their last game this past Saturday they had that 4th loss as they were beaten by Washington in a big way 69-27 and the Beavers scored all 27 of their points in the 4th quarter of the game but came up far short to win.  The Washington offense was able to amass some 692 (530 rushing and 162 passing) net yards on 82 plays while the Beavers had a total of 71 plays for 414 (106 rushing and 308 passing) net yards.  A big factor in the game that hurt the Beaver was their inability to convert on 3rd downs as they were only able to 5 of 14 opportunities coupled with the fact that their QB was intercepted three times in the game.!

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