College football betting enthusiasts can choose between a Pitt team with momentum against the college football odds or a downcast OSU team. Head coach Dave Wannstedt’s Pitt Panthers finished the 2008 college football betting season strong with a mark of 4-1 both straight up and against the college football odds to end up finishing second in the Big East Conference.
Pitt had an overall college football betting record of 9-3 straight up and 6-6 against the college football odds. The Panthers were a most impressive 4-1 against the spread as a college football betting underdog.
Pitt’s main asset against the Brut Sun Bowl odds would be their defense, which will be a college football betting necessity against the Oregon State offense. Pitt has gone under the college football betting total in 12 of their last 18 games dating back to last year.
Pitt brings an “old school” flair against the Brut Sun Bowl odds as they are a power running team led by LeSean McCoy, who rushed for 1403 yards and 21 TD’s. Brut Sun Bowl betting handicappers won’t find much to be impressed with regarding quarterback Bill Stull.
Oregon State’s college football betting strength is an offense that scored an average of nearly 33 points per game. Brut Sun Bowl betting handicappers will find a balanced offense. Jacquizz Rodgers rushed for over 1250 yards and had 11 TD’s. Quarterback Lyle Moevao was above average in the 2008 college football betting campaign.
Oregon State was a respectable college football betting defensive team although inconsistent as they were ineffective in losses to Stanford, (28-36), Penn State (14-45), and Oregon (38-65).
The big college football betting question for this one is if Oregon State can recover from blowing the Rose Bowl in that Civil War blowout home loss to Oregon.
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