Ness Notes – December 30, 2006

Three of Friday’s bowl games saw the two groups join for more than 1,000 yards of absolute offense and the ongoing pattern of high scoring games proceeded. Just Maryland’s every minute of every day prevail upon Purdue was a low scoring game and three of the five games went over. That makes seven overs in the last nine bowl games, after the current year’s bowl season opened with seven of the initial eight games going under.


Longshots struck back Friday, as four of the five secured. Top choices had opened 9-3 ATS however now  นักเตะดังลีกเอิง  remain at 10-7, after 17 bowl games. Just because this bowl season, we saw the pointspread become possibly the most important factor. After 13 games in which either the most loved won and secured or the longshot won by and large, two games saw top picks win yet not spread on Friday.


In the Sun Bowl, Oregon State (a 3 1/2 point decision) trailed Missouri 38-24 halfway through the final quarter yet pulled inside seven focuses with a little more than six minutes left and afterward scored another TD with only 23 seconds remaining. Rather than kicking the binds extra-point and sending the game to OT, OSU went for the two-point transformation and the success. Missouri bettors inhaled a murmur of alleviation, while OSU bettors no doubt sat in dismay.


The Insight Bowl included Minnesota versus Texas Tech and the Red Raiders pulled off the best rebound in bowl history. Texas Tech trailed 38-7 halfway through the second from last quarter however scored the game’s last 31 focuses, the keep going three going ahead a 53-yard FG with no time staying in guideline. Tech at that point won it 44-41 in OT, however never verged on covering as an eight-point decision.


Minnesota is one of seven 6-6 groups in the current year’s bowl season. Two of them, Okla St and Alabama played one another (Independence Bowl), while the three that have played have gone 1-2 SU yet 2-1 ATS. Another of those 6-6 groups is in real life on Saturday, as Iowa will meet Texas in the Alamo Bowl (4:30 ET). One could contend that Iowa is the most exceedingly terrible of the current year’s bowl groups, as the Hawkeyes have gone an awesome 1-10 ATS in 2006! Concerning Texas, in the wake of playing in (and winning) two straight Rose Bowls (catching the national title with its success LY), the Longhorns can barely be required to be excessively energized with this matchup.


Saturday’s bowl plan opens with Navy taking on Boston College in the Meinke Car Bowl (1:00 ET). BC will take a six-game bowl series of wins into this game (likewise 6-0 ATS), binds them with Utah for the longest dynamic streak. The Peach Bowl (7:30 ET) highlights a couple of bowl regulars, as Va Tech (in its fourteenth consecutive bowl) will meet Georgia (in its tenth consecutive bowl). Tech is only 6-7 in its past 13 bowl appearances, while Georgia has gone 7-2 the past nine years.


Refreshing the meeting records through Friday’s games, the Big East and WAC are both 2-0, the MWC is 3-1 and both the ACC and SEC are 2-1.The Big-10 is starting off on a 0-2 foot after Purdue and Minnesota lost yesterday yet its got nothing on Conference-USA which sits at 0-4 SU and ATS, after Houston’s 44-36 misfortune to South Carolina in the Liberty Bowl.

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