Central Michigan isn’t even supposed to be in El Paso today.
Chippewas was set to face Boise State in the Arizona Bowl, but a long list of COVID-19 cases knocked the Broncos out of the game. Jim EcElwaine’s team called up an acoustic, and headed east to Texas, where they would face a Washington State team that was supposed to take on the University of Miami.
With COVID issues affecting “The U,” Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl now has a Pac 12 vs. MAC with two really interesting offenses. mano mano.
Here are the latest odds for today match via WynnBET:
I was a bit surprised to see this total at just 56.5, down from the 57.5 that first opened in terms of criminal success for both programs, but after a closer look at a little, the move to the bottom makes sense.
Central Michigan’s Lew Nichols III led all of college football in his freshman season, and faced a Washington State defense that ranked 121st in the Successful Peak Defense. The Chippewas could have turned the game badly too with a #2 foul in the American Conference, but their offense went first and foremost to Nichols.
Meanwhile, for Cougars, they love to pass the ball, but they also stir the clock very well; leads the Pac 12 in possession time. Fullback Jayden De Laura will have two consecutive offensive performances 40+ times in a row against Arizona and in Washington, then completing 84.4% of his passes.
While Washington State is vying for the Pac 12 title, in the end, I’ll be with Chippewas in this fight. I think Nichols vs. Their hasty defense would get the ball out of the Cougars’ hands to steer the clocks however they liked, and Nichols continued his brilliant freshman season by helping Central Michigan break a string of poor losses. they are at number 5.
Give me Chippewas not only plus points, but also on the money line.
PICK: Center Michigan +7 | +220 cash flow
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