College football betting handicappers respect both Clemson and Nebraska for what they did at the end of the season to enhance their bowl appeal versus the college football odds. Clemson had the best possible finish to the 2008 college football betting season from their perspective as they crushed intra-state rival South Carolina 31-14 as 1 point home chalks against the college football odds.
The Tigers impressive finish to the college football betting season in which they went 4-1 both straight up and against the college football odds removed the “interim” portion of head coach Dab Swinney’s job title as he now has the full time gig.
Clemson’s strongest college football betting attribute is their defense which ranked 16th overall nationally. Beyond that Clemson has strong Konica Minolta Gator Bowl odds momentum based on their great finish and the popular Swinney now firmly ensconced.
Clemson is a balanced college football betting offensive team but also offers no real strengths against the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl odds on that side of the line of scrimmage. Clemson was 1-2 against the board as a dog this year. Nebraska showed marked improvement under first year head coach Bo Pelini.
The Huskers got some of their college football betting groove back by winning 5 of their last 6 games straight up, providing for great Konica Minolta Gator betting momentum. The Huskers beat the college football betting odds in 2 of their final 3 games. Their Konica Minolta Gator betting strength is their 12th ranked offense.
Quarterback Joe Ganz was a good college football betting asset with a 156.7 rating and a 23/10 TD/INT ratio. Nate Swift and Todd Peterson were the top 2 receivers and another reason for the Big Red’s college football betting revival. As a college football betting chalk Nebraska was 5-4 against the board.
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