NCAA Football

Looking at 2010-11 NCAA Football Bowl Schedule

| by SportsbookGurus

The College Football regular season is over, minus the playing of the Army/Navy game on Saturday. The final BCS rankings were released, and the Auburn Tigers and Oregon Ducks will meet on Jan. 10 in Arizona for the BCS Championship game.

There was the possibility for a complete BCS shake up over the weekend given the fact that both the Tigers and Ducks were playing. But both teams handled their business. For Auburn it was a sound victory in the Southeastern conference championship game over South Carolina.  For Oregon, a 17-point victory over arch-rival Oregon State.  

Subsequently, the BCS selection show was relatively drama-free, unlike in some years past. There is no argument as to who should be playing for the national championship, even with the fact that three teams finished undefeated. For No.3 TCU, a trip to the Rose Bowl is about as good as they could have hope for being the the first team on the outside of the BCS rankings looking in.

Prior to the playing of the national championship however, 34 other bowl games will be played between Dec. 18 and Jan 9. In total, 70 teams were invited to 35 bowl games to represent their school and conference.

The Bowl season will open up on Dec. 18 with the New Mexico Bowl in a battle between BYU and UTEP and then conclude with the BCS Championship game between No.1 Auburn and No.2 Oregon.

Early College Football betting lines have not yet been set for the 34 bowl games leading up to the national championship, but Auburn has been set as a tentative 3.5-point favorite on several online sportsbooks, with the over/under at 75 points. With over a month remaining until the two square off though, it is likely that fluctuation in that betting line will occur.

For the rest of the bowl games, betting lines should be formulate soon, with online sportsbooks such as Bodog and BetUs to field a variety of wagers with respect to the spread, over/under as well as prop betting lines.

BCS Bowls

Jan. 1 Rose: Wisconsin vs. TCU

Jan. 1 Fiesta: Oklahoma vs. Connecticut

Jan. 3 Orange: Virginia Tech vs. Stanford

Jan. 4 Sugar: Arkansas vs. Ohio State

Jan 10. BCS National Championship: Auburn vs. Oregon

Non-BCS Bowls

Dec. 18 New Mexico: BYU vs. UTEP

Dec. 18 Humanitarian: Fresno State vs. Northern Illinois

Dec. 18 New Orleans: Troy vs. Ohio

Dec. 21 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s: Southern Miss vs. Louisville

Dec. 22 Maaco: Utah vs. Boise State

Dec. 23 Poinsettia: San Diego State vs. Navy

Dec. 24 Hawaii: Hawaii vs. Tulsa

Dec. 26 Little Caesars: Toledo vs. Florida International

Dec. 27 Independence: Air Force vs. Georgia Tech

Dec. 28 Champs Sports: West Virginia vs. NC State

Dec. 28 Insight: Missouri vs. Iowa

Dec. 29 Military: East Carolina vs. Maryland

Dec. 29 Texas: Illinois vs. Baylor

Dec. 29 Alamo: Arizona vs. Oklahoma State

Dec. 30 Armed Forces: SMU vs. Army

Dec. 30 Pinstripe: Syracuse vs. Kansas State

Dec. 30 Music City: North Carolina vs. Tennessee

Dec. 30 Holiday: Washington vs. Nebraska

Dec. 31 Meineke Car Care: South Florida vs. Clemson

Dec. 31 Sun: Miami vs. Notre Dame

Dec. 31 Liberty: Georgia vs. UCF

Dec. 31 Chick-fil-A: Florida State vs. South Carolina

Jan. 1 TicketCity: Northwestern vs. Texas Tech

Jan. 1 Capital One: Alabama vs. Michigan State

Jan. 1 Outback: Penn State vs. Florida

Jan. 1 Gator: Michigan vs. Mississippi State

Jan. 6 Miami (OH) vs. Middle Tennessee State

Jan. 7 Cotton: Texas A&M vs. LSU

Jan. 8 BBVA Compass: Pittsburgh vs. Kentucky

Jan. 9 Kraft Fight Hunger: Boston College vs. Nevada