College football bowl season is firmly upon us, with several betting factors already in play. That includes all the key injury information, from the small bowls featuring directional schools to the College Football Playoff matchups of the big boys.
This College Bowls Cheat Sheet serves as one-stop shopping for that information and more. Covers checks in on college bowl game injuries, weather, consensus picks, Pros vs Joes and more. Check back regularly for college football injury updates, popular picks, and notable contrasts between sharp bets and public money.
Bowl Season Key Injuries
Orange Bowl: Texas A&M vs North Carolina: Tar Heels running backs Michael Carter and Javonte Williams aren't hurt, but both opted out of the bowl game to prepare for the NFL Draft. Carter led North Carolina with 1,245 rushing yards and had nine rushing TDs, while Williams was second in yards with 1,140 and racked up a team-best 19 rushing TDs. North Carolina moved from +7 to +7.5 at The SuperBook, where the total was the big mover, from 69 to 65.5.
Bowl Season Weather
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Bowl Season Consensus
Bowl Season Pros vs Joes
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Where Can I Bet College Football Bowl Games?
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