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Sports Gambling - Bearcats Missing Coach for Bowl

Sports gambling handicappers will have an interesting gambling sports riddle to solve for the Sugar Bowl when Cincinnati meets Florida on January 1st.

Sports gambling fans will evaluate a Cincinnati team that lost its head coach, Brian Kelly, to Notre Dame as they will enter this gambling sports matchup with interim coach Jeff Quinn. Quinn was the offensive coordinator for Cincinnati this past sports gambling season so he knows the personnel and the system.

His big gambling sports challenge will be to motivate the Bearcats for their toughest sports betting matchup of the season but one in which plenty of opportunity lies.  This sports gambling situation is similar to the one that faced West Virginia in 2007 when they faced Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.

West Virginia lost head coach Rich Rodriguez to Michigan before the bowl game and was directed by his assistant, Bill Stewart, for the game.  West Virginia won in a sports gambling blowout and Stewart got the permanent head coaching job as a result.  Cincinnati players are quite bitter at Kelly for deserting them for Notre Dame.

“We really don’t care what he has to say anymore,” said tight end Ben Guidugli.  “He can go talk to his Notre Dame team.  He’s not on the boat anymore.”  Wide Receiver Mardy Gilyard was just as harsh. “I feel like there was some lying in this thing.  Hopefully he’ll pack his bags and get to South Bend in a hurry.”

Quinn has been in this sports gambling position before as he coached Central Michigan in their bowl game when Kelly left them for Cincinnati.  He will have the duel challenge of trying to help his players get over the desertion of Kelly and get ready for the sports gambling matchup against the SEC runner up.

Kelly left after being named the Big East coach of the year for all three of his sports gambling seasons at UC.  Under Kelly the Bearcats had one of the most explosive offenses in sports gambling.  “There’s disappointment,” Quinn said.  “This time will pass.  Our kids will be ready to go.  It’s hard for all of us.

But, in this business you’ve got to overcome and adapt.  Nobody wanted to see Brian Kelly leave.”