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NCAA Football Wagering - Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl Odds

NCAA football wagering respect continues to grow for the Nevada Wolf Pack as they are coming off their best college football betting season in modern history.
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NCAA football wagering fans are surprised to see the Boston College Eagles in the college football betting post season as they were a near anonymous team in the ACC.

AT&T Park in San Francisco will host the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on January 9 with an ESPN telecast set to begin at 9 PM ET as the #15 Nevada Wolf Pack take on the Boston College Eagles.  Sports-Gambling opened with Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl odds of Nevada as a 9.5 point favorite and with a total of 54.5.

Nevada has a record of 12-1 straight up and 7-6 with the college football odds while going under the total in 7 games this season. The Wolf Pack are best known for their epic upset win over Boise State as they clinched a 3 way share of the Western Athletic Conference championship.  Nevada won its final 6 games and got the money in their final 3 outings.

The Wolf Pack showed their mettle in the season finale at Louisiana Tech as they scored a 35-17 payout after beating Boise State the previous week.  Nevada was the 7th highest scoring team in the nation while the defense ranked a respectable 36th for points allowed.

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is the catalyst of the attack as he passed for 2830 yards and a 20/7 TD/INT ratio while rushing for 1181 yards, which was 2nd to Vai Taua’s 1534 yards on the ground.  Taua had 19 touchdowns while Kaepernick had 20.

Boston College has a NCAA football betting record of 7-5 straight up and 5-7 against the spread with 9 of their games going under the total.  The Eagles rallied from a disastrous 2-5 start to win their final 5 games of the season including the season finale at Syracuse 16-7.

BC is a defensive oriented team that ranked 12th in the country overall while the offense struggled and ranked 109th in scoring, which will have to improve to have a shot against Nevada.  Montel Harris leads the offense with 1242 yards rushing and was named to the all Atlantic Coast Conference Team.  BC got the money in 4 of their 5 NCAA football wagering away matchups this year.