Seven handicappers compete in a 20-game college football bowl contest. All picks are made against the spread. Frank Carulli won last year’s contest with a 15-5 record.
Two opponents have scored more than 21 points on Fresno State this season: Toledo (in a 49-27 Fresno win) and Boise State (in a 24-17 Fresno loss).
Handicapper Doug Fitz (Systemplays.com) won last year’s bowl contest with a 14-6 ATS record.
Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy recently reimbursed an Oklahoma City radio host who bet the Cowboys (6-6) would win eight games this season.
In Herbert’s seven starts this season, the combined scores have been 98, 77, 62, 72, 69, 76 and 79. The Ducks are averaging 52.1 points in those seven games. This is the lowest total Oregon has had when Herbert has been healthy.
Handicappers Lee Sterling, Kelly Stewart, Alex B. Smith, Bruce Marshall, Dana Lane and Doug Fitz give their 20 best bowl bets.
Oregon was favored by as many as 8 points over Boise State in Saturday’s Las Vegas Bowl before sharp money on the underdog moved the line to 7 on Thursday.
Review-Journal reporter Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart and Wynn Las Vegas sports book director Johnny Avello preview the early college football bowls.
The Gold Sheet handicapper Bruce Marshall provides the Review-Journal with college football tech notes and trends from Goldsheet.com.
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