Champs Sports Bowl betting has Miami slightly favored against Wisconsin when the teams meet on Tuesday, December 29th in a game that can be seen on ESPN. The Hurricanes are 3-point college football betting favorites with a total of 58.
Champs Sports Bowl betting has the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the year, John Clay going up against the Miami defense. Clay had 1,416 yards and 16 touchdowns this season. Wisconsin is 15th in the country in rushing and they will look to pound the ball in Champs Sports Bowl betting against the Hurricanes.
Miami will look to move the ball through the air with quarterback Jacory Harris. Wisconsin has the 8th best rushing defense in the country so it is likely Miami will do more throwing than running. The key in this game could be the ability of Wisconsin to get pressure on Harris. Wisconsin has defensive ends O’Brien Schofield and J.J. Watt.
Wisconsin and Miami have met three times in history and the Hurricanes have won two of the three. They have not met since 1989. There will be somewhat of a home crowd field for Miami in Champs Sports Bowl betting since this game is played in Orlando. The Badgers lost in last year’s game but they are 2-1 all-time in Orlando bowl games. This has the potential to be one of the best bowl games taking place before New Years Day since both teams are ranked in the Top 25.
Those that look at Champs Sports Bowl betting will notice that Wisconsin has not been a good team in college football betting underdog. They are 4-9 ATS in their last 13 games as an underdog. They are 1-6 ATS vs. a team with a winning record and they are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 games on grass.
Champs Sports Bowl betting indicates that the Hurricanes are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 non-conference games. The Hurricanes are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 bowl games. The problem for those taking Miami in Champs Sports Bowl betting is that they are 10-24-1 ATS in their last 35 games as a favorite.
The last four Wisconsin games overall have gone over the college football betting total. Four of the last five Miami bowl games have gone under. 36 of the last 51 Miami non-conference games have gone under the college football betting number.