College Football Picks Bowl Preview Part 3 NCAA Predictions Previews Odds From Mitch on Tonys Picks TV 12-22-2015

December 22, 2015

Mitch from Sports Chat Place guests on the Tonys Picks TV Show and offers his picks, predictions, previews and odds from the College Football Bowl Games in Part 3.

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Tuesday December 29th—
Armed Forces Bowl
2PM ET-California vs. Air Force (ESPN)
Cal -7 with o/u 67
After Air Force faced a rushing attack from San Diego St in a loss in the Mountain West title game they get the extreme the other way in a pass happy California team. Jared Goff has the attention of NFL scouts.
Russell Athletic Bowl
5:30PM ET—North Carolina vs. Baylor (ESPN)
North Carolina -2 ½ points with o/u 69 ½ points
North Carolina can close the book on a successful season against Baylor. The team is 11-2 after dropping the ACC title game to Clemson.
Baylor is 9-3 with three losses over their past four games. They have been hit with multiple quarterback injuries.
Arizona Bowl
7:30PM ET—Nevada vs. Colorado St (Campus Insider.com)
Colorado St -3 points with o/u 55 ½ points
Mountain West battle in Tucson with Colorado St winning 31-24 on the road on October 11th. Colorado St has won four straight.
Texas Bowl
9PM ET—LSU vs. Texas Tech (ESPN)
LSU -7 points with o/u 73 ½ points
The Tigers finished at 8-3 as they broke a three game losing streak with a 19-4 home victory to Texas A&M.
Texas Tech put up a lot of points but gave up tons themselves. They are 7-5 with losses to the top four teams in the Big 12 giving up 55 or greater in each game.
Wednesday December 30th
Birmingham Bowl
12PM ET—Auburn vs. Memphis (ESPN)
Auburn -2 ½ points with o/u 63 points

Auburn finished at 6-6 with the offense struggling.
Memphis started hot but had a three game losing streak broken with a 63-0 home win to SMU to close the regular season.
Belk Bowl
3:30PM ET—NC State vs. Mississippi St (ESPN)
Mississippi St -5 points with o/u 62 points
NC State beat up on the lower tier teams from the ACC.
Mississippi St couldn’t get past Alabama, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and LSU on the year struggling for offense in those games.
Music City Bowl
7PM ET—Texas A&M vs. Louisville (ESPN)
Louisville -4 ½ points with o/u 47 points
Kevin Sumlin is having trouble keeping his quarterbacks at Texas A&M. They finished 8-4 and the excitement has left the program.
Louisville known for a strong defense finished at 7-5 as they looked to claw back from an 0-3 start that included a 20-17 home loss to Clemson. Winners of five of their past six games but against lower rung teams.
Holiday Bowl
10:30PM ET–USC vs. Wisconsin (ESPN)
USC -3 ½ points with o/u 50 ½ points
The Trojans were a model of inconsistency. A win against UCLA was sandwiched between bad losses to Stanford and Oregon.
This will mark the end of the Joel Stave era at Wisconsin. The team finished at 9-3 and didn’t play Ohio St, Michigan St or Michigan. Their losses came to Iowa, Alabama and Northwestern.
Peach Bowl
12PM ET—Houston vs. Florida St (ESPN)
Florida St -7 with o/u 55 ½ points
Houston at 12-1 earns a major bowl berth from the AAC as they pick up some wins against Temple, Navy and Memphis late. Had an ugly 20-17 road defeat at Connecticut.
Two losses all year by Florida St came against Clemson 23-13 and a 22-16 road loss at Georgia Tech.
Orange Bowl (National Semifinal)
4PM ET—Oklahoma vs. Clemson (ESPN)
Oklahoma -4 points with o/u 64 points
They met in the Russell Athletic Bowl last year with Clemson earning the 40-6 victory.
The Tigers are 13-0 after beating North Carolina 45-37 in the ACC Title game.
The Sooners bounced back from a 7 point loss to Texas with seven straight victories. They scored 44 or greater point in six of those seven games.
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