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Non-BCS Bowl Game Picks Against the Spread

Posted by in College Football Picks on December 28th, 2007 | Comment »

Here are a few picks for the Non-BCS Bowl games. My picks for the BCS Bowl games can be read here.

CHIK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL: Auburn Tigers vs. Clemson Tigers -2.5

I like Auburn in this one. They’ve beaten the likes of Florida, Arkansas, and Alabama. They also only lost to LSU by 6. Clemson has some big wins over crappy teams, but they haven’t beaten anyone impressive. The tough games they’ve had (Boston College, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech) they’ve lost. Clemson’s only somewhat impressive wins are by 34 over Wake Forest and South Carolina.

Prediction – Auburn defeats Clemson – 24-17

Auburn Moneyline – Confidence 3/5
Auburn +2.5 Spread – Confidence 3/5

CAPITAL ONE BOWL: Michigan Wolverines vs. Florida Gators -10.5

I don’t think Michigan will have an answer for the Gators’ explosive offense. The Gators’ 43 PPG will be too much for Michigan. I think the Gators should win by 14.

Prediction – Florida defeats Michigan 45-24

Florida Moneyline – Confidence 5/5
Florida -10.5 Spread – Confidence 4/5

ALAMO BOWL: Texas A&M vs. Penn State -5

I like Penn State here. Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Miami, and Missouri have all beaten the snot out of Texas A&M. Both offenses are pretty even, but Penn State has a huge edge on Texas A&M with their defense: Penn State allows 17.5 PPG, Texas A&M allows 26.0 PPG.

Prediction – Penn State defeats Texas A&M – 31-20

Penn State Moneyline – Confidence 4/5
Penn State -5 Spread – Confidence 4/5

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