College football betting fans are used to the UConn Huskies being in bowls but the Buffalo Bulls are a new addition to the post season college football odds list. 2008 was a not a great college football betting season by Connecticut’s standards.
UConn had an overall college football betting mark of 7-5 straight up and just 5-6 against the college football odds. The Huskies were an even 3-3 split as chalks against the college football odds. UConn’s college football betting strength is their defense which ranked 10th overall in the nation.
UConn does not bring a lot of momentum against the International Bowl odds as they faded badly down the stretch going 1-3 both straight up and against the college football betting line.
Quarterbacking is a liability for Connecticut against the International Bowl odds as the Huskies signal callers combined for a poor 89.1 rating and a frightening 4/17 TD/INT ratio. Donald Brown is the Huskies college football betting offensive weapon as he rushed for 1822 yards, a 5.4 YPC average, and 17 TD’s.
Head coach Turner Gill and the Buffalo Bulls enter International Bowl betting action with considerable momentum and motivation. The Bulls had an overall college football betting mark of 8-5 straight up and 8-4 against the spread.
Buffalo made the International Bowl betting board by upsetting undefeated Ball State in the MAC championship game 42-24 as 15 point dogs. Buffalo’s defense is a college football betting liability as it ranked 96th overall.
Their offense, conversely, is a college football betting asset and is led by quarterback Drew Willy, who passed for a 142.9 rating and a 25/5 TD/INT ratio. His favorite target was Naaman Roosevelt who caught 96 passes for 1312 yards and 13 TD’s.
James Starks brings the Buffalo attack college football betting balance as he rushed for 1308 yards and 15 TD’s. Buffalo should have a lot of fans who cross the border to Toronto for this one.
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