Kickoff from Papa John’s Stadium is scheduled for 8:00 ET, and college football fans can view the game nationally on ESPN2. With a victory, the Wildcats will be hoping to garner some attention for the Top-25, while head coach Steve Kragthorpe and the Cardinals just have their eyes set on a bowl game in ’08.
This is a rematch of their 2006 meeting that saw Louisville invade Manhattan, KS and knock-off the Wildcats 24-6 as 14-point favorites. The Wildcats have been impressive in their first two games of the season, pounding North Texas and Montana State by a combined score of 114-16.
This should be the first test of the season for a Wildcats team that has a lot of promise for Big XII play this year. In their only game of the year with a football betting line, Kansas State successfully covered the 29.5-point spread for their NCAA football betting fans against North Texas.
Junior QB Josh Freeman has gotten off to a fantastic start, completing 75.6% of his passes and throwing five touchdowns against no interceptions. The Cardinals had a much-needed bye in Week 3 to get them ready for the meat and potatoes portion of their schedule.
Even though they beat up on Tennessee Tech 51-10 two weeks ago, they still have to be licking their wounds from dropping their home opener, 27-2, to arch rival Kentucky. The Cardinals were 3.5-point favorites on the NCAA football betting line on that night, but football betting followers who plan on backing Louisville this week are hoping for a better result on Wednesday.
Oddsmakers have installed the Cardinals as slender 3.5-point home underdogs with the ‘total’ set at 57.5. Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook has all of the NCAA football betting you can handle. We have all of your spreads, moneylines, and ‘totals’ for the college football wagering week ahead.
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