College football gambling will focus on the BCS title game January 7 with the college football betting matchup between Texas and Alabama but there are many other great games as well.
The Las Vegas Bowl is often one of the most underrated in college football gambling and that is the case again this year as it will feature a phenomenal college football betting matchup between BYU and Oregon State.
The game should be well attended with plenty of support for both schools and plenty of ability on the field for December 22. Christmas Eve will also feature an intriguing college football gambling matchup as Nevada will play SMU in the Hawaii Bowl.
This will be the first college football gambling post season appearance for SMU since the early 1980’s as head coach June Jones returns to the Island where he ruled as coach of Hawaii earlier this decade.
Nevada features one of the most powerful ground attacks in college football gambling. December 29 will feature a college football gambling matchup of two teams that are on the ascent as Miami meets Wisconsin in the Champs Sports Bowl.
Both teams were contenders for their respective conference titles this year and should again be for 2010.
Tennessee caught the attention of the college football gambling community this year and proved that they were not just about a loud mouth coach as they improved steadily as the season went along.
They will have a tough college football gambling matchup against Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on December 31. The Rose Bowl on January 1 will feature Oregon against Ohio State in one of the better matchups on the board this post season.
Legendary Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden will say farewell with his final game on that same day as he will lead his Seminoles against West Virginia.
TCU and Boise State will again meet in the post season as they did last year but this time in the Fiesta Bowl. Both teams would have preferred a BCS opponent rather than a rematch. As it is it’s an exceptional pairing.