College football betting has what should be a competitive game on Tuesday as Buffalo hosts Bowling Green in a game that can be seen on ESPN 2.
Both teams have disappointed this season, especially Buffalo who is 3-5 straight up and 4-4 against the NCAA football betting pointspread.
College football betting last season on Buffalo was great but the Bulls have not played well this season. They are 1-3 in the MAC and already out of the conference race. Bowling Green isn’t much better as they are 2-2 in the conference. The Falcons do lead this all-time series, winning four of the six meetings. Last year it was a classic game as Buffalo won in double overtime by a score of 40-34 in college football betting. Two years ago in Buffalo it was Bowling Green winning 31-17 in college football betting. The Falcons have outscored the Bulls 75-44 in three NCAA football betting games at UB Stadium.
Bowling Green is led on offense by quarterback Tyler Sheehan, who will be making his 34th consecutive start on Tuesday. The Falcons are first in the MAC and fourth nationally, averaging 341.4 yards per game through the air as college football betting stats show. The leading receiver for Bowling Green is Freddie Barnes who has 99 receptions and 1,054 yards with nine touchdowns. Those are the top college football betting numbers in the country for a wide receiver. Defensively the Falcons are led by linebacker Jerett Sanderson.
Buffalo is led on offense by Zach Maynard who throws for 249.8 yards a game in college football betting. The Bulls average 23.1 points and 410.9 yards of offense per NCAA football betting game. The leading receiver is Naaman Roosevelt who has 768 yards and 9 touchdowns. Defensively in college football betting, UB allows 25.6 points and 352.8 yards per college football betting game. Justin Winters leads the team with 66 tackles and 5.5 tackles for loss.
Bowling Green is coming off a 24-10 loss to Central Michigan. The Falcons couldn’t stop the rushing game as they gave up 259 rushing yards to Central Michigan in the NCAA football betting game. Overall, the Falcons have played six of their eight college football betting games against teams with winning records. The Falcons are 10-2 since 2007 in MAC road games.
Last year in this college football betting game it was Bowling Green who led 27-7 in the fourth quarter but gave up 20 straight points to the Bulls and then lost in overtime. Tyler Sheehan was 24-of-32 for 240 yards and a touchdown last year.