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College Football Betting: Ole Miss vs. Texas Tech Red Raiders

College football betting on Ole Miss and Texas Tech may not be the college football odds mismatch that some perceive it to be.

College football betting on Mississippi was highly profitable this year while Texas Tech’s value against the college football odds faded at the end.  Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt turned around the Rebels college football betting fortunes in his first year on the job after arriving from Arkansas.

Ole Miss had an overall college football betting record of 8-4 straight up and 8-3 against the college football odds.  The Rebels most impressive win against the college football odds was at Florida where they upset the Gators 31-30 as 23 point dogs.

The Rebels also got an impressive college football betting victory at LSU 31-13 as 3 point dogs against the defending national champions.  The Rebels biggest asset against the AT&T Cotton Bowl odds would be their 15th ranked defense.

Nutt’s offense is more “old school” oriented as the Rebels threesome of Cordera Eason, Dexter McCluster, and Brandon Bolden combined for over 1500 yards rushing, making for a college football betting plus.  Quarterback Jevan Snead gives the Rebels a boost against the AT&T Cotton Bowl odds with his 143 rating.

Mike Wallace was a breakaway receiver that averaged 20 YPC.  Shay Hodge and Dexter McCluster also caught a lot of Snead passes for good yardage.  Mike Leach continues to produce college football betting success at Texas Tech.

AT&T Cotton Bowl betting fans know that the Red Raiders were in the national title hunt until their 21-65 blowout loss at Oklahoma as 7 point college football betting dogs.  Tech’s main AT&T Cotton Bowl betting attribute is its 4th ranked offense.

Quarterback Graham Harrell lit up the college football betting boards with a 163 rating, 4747 yards passing, and a 41/7 TD/INT ratio.  Wideout Michael Crabtree was a college football betting TD machine with 18.  Baron Batch and Shannon Woods surprised
college football betting enthusiasts with their effective rushing numbers.

Batch ran for over 700 yards and a 6.7 YPC average while Woods had 670 yards and a 5.0 YPC average.

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