College Football Odds: December 30 Bowl Game Lines & Betting Preview
College football bowl season is in full swing and as we make our way to the College Football Playoff Semifinals this weekend, BetRivers.com has the latest December 30 Bowl Game lines and props.
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Wednesday, December 30 provides two intriguing bowl games. The first pits Wake Forest against Wisconsin in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl, home to the best Twitter account in college football bowl season. The nightcap features two of the best teams in the country and is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of bowl season when No. 8 Oklahoma takes on No. 10 Florida in the 2020 Cotton Bowl Classic.
Longtime sports broadcaster and gambling expert Michael Jenkins is here to give you his betting analysis and favorite picks for the December 30 bowl game lines.
DECEMBER 30 BOWL GAME LINES
DUKE’S MAYO BOWL ODDS
WAKE FOREST (4-4) vs. WISCONSIN (3-3). 12 p.m. ET.
Moneyline: Wisconsin -420, Wake Forest +285
Spread: Wisconsin -10
Over/Under: 51.5 points
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Will Wisconsin cover the spread as easily as Duke’s Mayo makes any sandwich better? Also, why am I not the president of an ad company? The Badgers stumble into Charlotte with issues at quarterback, but freshman Graham Mertz appears to be healthy and ready to play.
Wisconsin wins with defense, however, and the Badgers allow just 15.7 points a contest, good for 6th in the country. Wake Forest is making its fifth consecutive bowl appearance, and the Demon Deacons boast an offense that drops 37 points a game.
The Deacs are 5-1 ATS in their last six games.
GOODYEAR COTTON BOWL CLASSIC ODDS
#8 OKLAHOMA (8-2) vs #10 FLORIDA (8-3). 8:00 p.m. ET
Moneyline: Florida -155, Oklahoma +128
Spread: Oklahoma +2.5
Over/Under: 71.5 points
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The first of the traditional BCS bowl games has the potential to be an absolute classic. The Cotton Bowl features two of the most potent offenses in the country in Florida and Oklahoma, which explains why the Total is a ridiculous 71.5.
The Gators are led by quarterback Kyle Trask, who has lit up opposing defenses for more than 4,000 yards and 43 touchdowns and helped the Gators almost stun Alabama in the SEC Championship game.
The Sooners are Big 12 Champions for the sixth straight season, and they’ll feel right at home in Arlington—where they beat Iowa State to capture the conference title. The Over is 4-0 in Florida’s last four games against teams with winning records.