College football betting handicappers are impressed with the performance of coaches Troy Calhoun of Air Force and Kevin Sumlin of Houston against the college football odds. Calhoun had the unenviable college football betting task of following a legend in Fisher DeBerry, who led Air Force football for a successful generation.
But Calhoun has brought the Falcons new life and respect against the college football odds. Air Force has re-established themselves as one of the top rushing teams in college football betting with a 5th in the nation ranking. The Falcons were 8-4 straight up and 7-4 against the college football odds.
As a college football betting dog Air Force was 3-2 ATS. Air Force may not have the best Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl odds momentum for this one as they were 0-2 both straight up and against the college football betting line to end the season.
The Falcons trade mark rushing attack is led by quarterback Tim Jefferson along with running backs Todd Newell, Asher Clark, and Kyle Lumpkin, all of whom have similar stats. The Houston Cougars are a mirror opposite team as their 2nd ranked passing attack is what makes their Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl odds appeal.
Houston’s quarterback Case Keenum astounded college football betting fans with his 161.4 quarterback rating. Bell Helicopter Armed Forces betting fans will respect Keenum’s 43/10 TD/INT ratio and his phenomenal 4768 yards in the air. Houston’s defense, however, is a big time college football betting weakness.
The Cougars enter Bell Helicopter Armed Forces betting action with the nation’s 102nd ranked defense. The college football betting buzz for this one is the “over” and with good reason. Houston had an over/under college football betting record of 7-4 over, as did Air Force. The college football betting total for this one was around 64.
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