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NCAA Football Betting: WMU Broncos vs. Ball State Cardinals

NCAA Football betting features a Tuesday Night MAC showdown between the Western Michigan Broncos and the Ball State Cardinals.

NCAA football betting experts have taken notice at the marked improvement of the MAC and teams such as Western Michigan.  The Broncos enter this game with a mark of 9-2 straight up and 5-5 against the NCAA football betting odds.  In road action this NCAA football gambling campaign the Broncos are 2-3 against the line.

In over/under NCAA football betting action Western Michigan has gone over the total 6 out of 10 games with 4 out of 5 road games having gone over the NCAA football betting total.  Western Michigan is ranked 24th overall on the NCAA football betting offensive charts while ranking 87th on defense.

The Broncos have covered 4 of their last 6 games against the NCAA football betting line but did fail to cover last week in a 27-17 win over Toledo as 14-point home chalks.  Ball State is a perfect 11-0 straight up and a strong 8-2 against the NCAA football odds entering this game.

The Cardinals have lived up to the pre season expectations this NCAA football gambling season as they were touted as the MAC’s top team.  In home NCAA football betting action Ball State is 3-1 against the spread.  In over/under NCAA football betting play the Cardinals have gone under the total 6 out of 10 games, with an even 2-2 split at home.

Ball State ranks 13th on the NCAA football betting stat charts for overall offense while ranking 58th on defense.  Ball State paid off in their first 6 games against the NCAA football betting line before splitting their last 4 games against the spread.

In the last 7 games in this head to head series matchup Ball State has covered 5 of them against the spread.  Last Year Ball State won at Western Michigan 27-23 as a 1-point chalk.

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