College Football Betting – Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech at Fedex Orange Bowl

December 1st, 2010 NCAA College Football Betting

College football betting games would be hard pressed to match the tradition of the FedEx Orange Bowl odds, even if the game is no loner played in the Orange Bowl.

This year’s college football match up is not nearly as intriguing as past FedEx Orange Bowl betting match ups, but hey, it’s still the Orange Bowl odds. Cincinnati and Virginia Tech are not exactly the one and two teams in college football betting but this is still a big time game.

College football betting fans were surprised when they saw Cincinnati come out of virtually nowhere to win an invite to one of the biggest games yet. The Bearcats have never played in the FedEx Orange Bowl odds, and for all any college football odds fans know, they may never be here again. Cincy has earned the college football betting berth to this major bowl by way of a dominating Big East season. In fact, the Bearcats shocked the college football betting world by winning the Big East conference, traditionally one of the better conferences in the college football odds.

At 11-2 Cincy is no fluke with big college football betting wins over the likes of South Florida, West Virginia and Pitt. The Bearcats have won six straight college football betting match ups and would love to make it seven in the biggest college football game of the year for the team. The stats on this team aren’t overwhelming, but the team is well-coached and finds a way to win close college football betting competitions.

Be that as it may, the Hokies are a force in college football betting and will take this game. The Bearcats are favored in the early college football betting lines by a razor-thin 1½ points. Smart college football betting fans will take VA Tech in this marquee college football betting match up.

For one thing, the Hokies have been playing much tougher teams in the college football betting match ups all year long in the ACC, despite what the college football betting polls might say. The Hokies have been on a tear the second half of the season and now have as potent of an offense as they’ve had in many college football betting seasons.

QB Tyrod Taylor, finally healthy, has come into his own and terrorized the BC defense in the college football betting ACC title game. Freshman RB Darren Evans has proven to be one of the best young players in college football betting and that one-two punch will eat the clock and will be too much for the Bearcats defense.

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