Outback Bowl Odds for Iowa will include factoring in what was considered by most Hawkeye fans to be a successful season with a nice finish. South Carolina Outback Bowl betting fans, on the other hand, thought the Gamecocks season fell far short of expectations and hopes.
Outback Bowl Odds players will also not forget Iowa’s signature win of 2008 when they upset Penn State and ruined the Nittany Lions undefeated season and national title aspirations. This also demonstrates to Outback Bowl betting players that Iowa can step on the field against anyone and win.
Iowa posted an overall mark this season of 8-4 straight up and 7-4 against the college football odds. Outback Bowl Odds bettors had to be as disgusted with South Carolina as their fans were when they looked helpless and hopeless against Clemson in the season finale.
Gamecock coach Steve Spurrier’s Outback Bowl betting reputation is as low as it’s ever been, which is something few thought they would ever see. The Gamecocks have an overall record of 7-5 straight up and 5-5-1 against the college football odds.
Outback Bowl Odds bettors may at first tend to favor Southeastern Conference teams as they have the far stronger reputation. But Outback Bowl Odds may actually offer more value with Iowa due to their better performance this season and what is likely to be a better mindset.
The Outback Bowl Odds should reflect that South Carolina is mentally “limping in” for this one. Over/under Outback Bowl Odds should be challenging.
Iowa was 4-6-1 under the total while South Carolina carries into the mix an Outback Bowl Odds over/under mark of an even 5-5-1 split. Iowa has a nice “away” record to consider for the Outback Bowl Odds in which they were 4-1 against the spread while South Carolina has an Outback Bowl Odds mark of 2-3 against the spread in road play.
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