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College Football Gambling - Colorado at Nebraska

College football gambling pressure and tension are building at a rapid rate for the Nebraska Cornhuskers as they now face a must win NCAA football gambling situation.
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College football gambling handicappers have been impressed with the recent performance of the Colorado Golden Buffaloes versus the NCAA football gambling board.

The #15 Nebraska Cornhuskers will host the Colorado Golden Buffaloes on Friday with a telecast on ABC set for a 3:30 PM ET kickoff.  Sports-Gambling will have the side and total odds so be sure and open your account today.

This Big 12 regular season finale has plenty on the line for both teams.   Colorado can become bowl eligible with a win while Nebraska must win in order to clinch the Big 12 North Division title.  If the Huskers lose they would need the unlikely scenario of Missouri losing to Kansas to win the North.

Colorado has a record of 5-6 straight up and 5-5-1 with the college football lines.  The Buffs have won both of their games since firing coach Dan Hawkins however as Brian Cabral is doing all he can to remove the interim tag and get the full time gig.

The Buffs scored an impressive 44-36 home win over Kansas State last week as Cody Hawkins, son of the fired coach, passed for 202 yards and 3 touchdowns.  Even more impressive was Rodney Stewart’s 195 yards rushing and 2 TD’s.

The Buffs have responded to Cabral and will likely go all out to get a bowl bid in their final Big 12 game before joining the Pac 10 next year.

Nebraska is coming off a 9-6 loss at Texas A&M to fall to 9-2 straight up and 4-6-1 against the college football odds with 6 of their games going over the total.  Coach Bo Pelini was screaming and out of control during the loss at A&M as he lost all composure and revealed that the pressure is mounting on Big Red.

The Big Red was penalized 16 times and many conspiracy theorists think that the Big 12 is out to get them due to their desertion to the Big Ten next year.  Quarterback sensation Taylor Martinez is hobbling with an ankle injury and, while probable for this one, is not playing as well as earlier in the season.

The Buffs have paid out in 6 of their last 7 college football gambling trips to Nebraska with the series going over the last 4 games.