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The regular season is over, and the second half of the year didn't treat us well. The good news is that there is still plenty of time to churn out a winning record in the bowl season, and we'll start our predictions with some of the earlier postseason college football matchups. Those that have followed us the last two years know that we've won a massive amount of money on the bowl games, and we hope that trend continues in 2014.
College Football Year-to-Date Record: 32-43
Utah -3 at Colorado State
Colorado State will have an interim coach for their bowl game against Utah, but I don't think it matters much in the grand scheme of things. Utah runs the ball too well and the Utes have the defense to stop the Colorado State passing attack. Take Utah to win big.
Western Michigan -2.5 at Air Force
Western Michigan and Air Force are strong on both sides of the football, but I think the Falcons are stronger on defense. The Broncos have the more balanced offense and can hurt opposing teams in a multitude of ways. With weeks to prepare, I expect Western Michigan to be ready for Air Force's unique offense while getting the win by six.
South Alabama -3 at Bowling Green
Bowling Green is a team that I think is quite overrated. They don't play defense, and their offense too often falls flat. South Alabama is a quality team on both sides of the ball. I think they win by double digits.
BYU at Memphis -2
The Cougars have been crushed with injuries this year and it seems like they may have quit a bit down the stretch. Memphis is strong on both sides of the ball, and if BYU doesn't play to their full potential they seem likely to get blown out against a motivated Tigers squad.
Northern Illinois at Marshall -10
Northern Illinois has a nice enough team but Marshall is simply on another level. The Thundering Herd would be one of the top teams in the power conferences this season, and I'll go with them to add yet another blowout to their résumé. Marshall would have a chance against any team in college football. They are extremely talented.
Navy at San Diego State -2.5
San Diego State's defense always plays well against these run-first, run-second, run-third types of squads and that will be the difference here. The Aztecs fully know what to expect and should dispatch of Navy without too much difficulty.
Central Michigan at Western Kentucky -3
This line seems completely off. I consider Central Michigan to be a far superior team to Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers are poor on defense, and their offense is hit or miss. The Chippewas are more well-rounded and should be able to win this game fairly easily, despite being listed as underdogs in Las Vegas.
Fresno State at Rice -2.5
Rice has had some tough breaks this year, but I'll take them any day over Fresno State. The Bulldogs have a nice rushing attack, but I don't like much else about their team. The Owls have a strong defense and I think their offense is much more capable of moving the ball in this bowl matchup. Rice by 13.