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CFB  Friday 11/28/2014Line$ LineOU LineGame InfoScore
VIRGINIA at VIRGINIA TECH   @ 8:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
315:  VIRGINIA
 
316:  VIRGINIA TECH
-1.5  -110

+1.5  -110
-120

+100

38.5
 
20
Final
24
BALL ST at BOWLING GREEN   @ 1:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
317:  BALL ST
 
318:  BOWLING GREEN
+10  -110

-10  -110
+300

-400

58
 
41
Final
24
N ILLINOIS at W MICHIGAN   @ 11:00 AMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
319:  N ILLINOIS
 
320:  W MICHIGAN
+8.5  -110

-8.5  -110
+270

-350

58.5
 
31
Final
21
BUFFALO at MASSACHUSETTS   @ 1:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
321:  BUFFALO
 
322:  MASSACHUSETTS
-3  -110

+3  -110
-155

+135

54.5
 
41
Final
21
W KENTUCKY at MARSHALL   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
323:  W KENTUCKY
 
324:  MARSHALL
+23.5  -110

-23.5  -110


76.5
 
67
Final
66
TOLEDO at E MICHIGAN   @ 1:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
325:  TOLEDO
 
326:  E MICHIGAN
-23  -110

+23  -110


59
 
52
Final
16
NEBRASKA at IOWA   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
327:  NEBRASKA
 
328:  IOWA
+1.5  -110

-1.5  -110
+100

-120

53.5
 
37
Final
34
E CAROLINA at TULSA   @ 8:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
329:  E CAROLINA
 
330:  TULSA
-18.5  -110

+18.5  -110
-1550

+830

70.5
 
49
Final
32
HOUSTON at SMU   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
331:  HOUSTON
 
332:  SMU
-21  -110

+21  -110


51
 
35
Final
9
NAVY at S ALABAMA   @ 3:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
333:  NAVY
 
334:  S ALABAMA
-7.5  -110

+7.5  -110
-330

+250

54.5
 
42
Final
40
ARKANSAS at MISSOURI   @ 2:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
335:  ARKANSAS
 
336:  MISSOURI
-2  -110

+2  -110
-130

+110

43
 
14
Final
21
STANFORD at UCLA   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
337:  STANFORD
 
338:  UCLA
+6.5  -110

-6.5  -110
+210

-270

48.5
 
31
Final
10
ARIZONA ST at ARIZONA   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
339:  ARIZONA ST
 
340:  ARIZONA
+1.5  -110

-1.5  -110
+100

-120

65
 
35
Final
42
COLORADO ST at AIR FORCE   @ 3:30 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
341:  COLORADO ST
 
342:  AIR FORCE
-7.5  -110

+7.5  -110
-330

+250

62.5
 
24
Final
27
UCF at S FLORIDA   @ 12:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
343:  UCF
 
344:  S FLORIDA
-9.5  -110

+9.5  -110
-370

+290

42.5
 
16
Final
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AKRON at KENT ST   @ 1:00 PMPreview | FoxSheet | Recap |  
429:  AKRON
 
430:  KENT ST
-3  -110

+3  -110
-155

+135

43.5
 
24
Final
27

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - When second-year Colorado State coach Jim McElwain got word his team was heading to the New Mexico Bowl, he gathered them in an auditorium to break the news. The ecstatic players broke out in cheers and began high-fiving each other.

For Washington State, word spread about the Cougars' bowl invite on social media long before school officials could make a formal announcement. Mike Leach, Washington State's second-year coach, said fans were just too excited and had been waiting a long time for some good news.

The matchup between Colorado State (7-6) and Washington State (6-6) in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday in Albuquerque will mark the first meeting between the teams and comes as both are in the midst of turning around their long-struggling programs. The Rams haven't been to a bowl game since 2008 and the Cougars haven't seen the postseason in a decade. The bowl matchup, both coaches said, is a sign that things are changing.

''One of the accomplishments you want early is to get in a bowl game and be part of that club,'' McElwain told reporters at a news conference in Albuquerque. ''There's a certain aura that comes with being a bowl team.''

McElwain, an offensive coordinator for Alabama during the Crimson Tide's BCS national championships in 2009 and 2011, said the bowl appearance was an important stepping stone at rebuilding the program because it will help with recruiting.

Leach said the Cougars are largely made up of freshmen and sophomores, but his seniors have been through ''rough dry times'' and haven't had the experience of being in a postseason game. ''They've never been in a bowl and (had) hoped they would,'' Leach said. ''Talking about it and actually doing it are two different things.''

Colorado State features running back Kapri Bibbs, who leads the nation with 28 rushing touchdowns and has run for 1,572 yards, and quarterback Garrett Grayson, who ranks among the country's top 20 in passing yards (3,327). The Rams are the only team in the nation to boast a 3,000-yard passer and a 1,500-yard runner. In four games this season, the Rams' offense racked up 50 or more points - a school record.

Meanwhile, the Cougars will have Leach's signature spread offense anchored by junior quarterback Connor Halliday. He ranks fourth nationally in passing yards (4,187) and is tied for 13th with 28 touchdown passes. That offense nearly upset Auburn in the Cougars' first game of the year in a heartbreaking 31-24 loss. Auburn is playing in the BSC title game.

''We should have won that game,'' Leach said.

Despite the 6-6 season, Leach said he was proud of the team, especially after reaching a bowl game following a schedule that USA Today called the toughest in the country. Four of Washington State's opponents appear in the top 16 of the latest BSC standings.

Since this will be the first meeting between the two teams, both coaches admit they know very little about each other except to expect some high-powered offense. McElwain said his defense will have to be prepared.

''I know they throw the heck out of it,'' McElwain said. ''I know (Leach) isn't afraid to throw it and he'll probably throw it coming off the bus.''

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