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College Football Bowl Game To Bet On Before Christmas
The college bowl season is gonna get revvin’ up here soon, so Santa’s little helper is ready to give you more sure-fire winners in this one-off I call: Gifts for free.
Easy money, people. Unlike that crypto kid. Unless I’m wrong, in which case, take it up with your psyche. I’m sorry, your psychiatrist. No attorneys will be involved.
But, hey, I was correct on the Armed Forces bowl game so there’s that.
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Hawaii Bowl: Middle Tennessee State vs. SAN DIEGO STATE (-6)
It’s problematic to believe that an Aztecs team that scored just three points against Air Force is going to suddenly catch fire.
But this a quick trip for Brady Hoke’s San Diego State squad and they’ll be accusmoted to playing in Hawaii, with players born and raised there.
The Blue Raiders are led by talented QB Chase Cunningham, and the Aztecs will need to do just that: Chase him down. Because not only can the kid pass (he’s closing in on a 3,000-yard season) but he’s also a dual threat (six rushing touchdowns).
The Aztecs will find a way for their own quarterback, lefty, nifty Jalen Mayden, to find SDSU wide receiver Jesse Matthews (a future NFL player) in the end zone, likely twice.
The Blue Raiders are vulnerable through the air, allowing 300 or more passing yards in three of their last four games.
The Aztecs will figure out a way to exploit that deficiency.
So, minus six seems about right. But let’s call it San Diego State by seven.