Roundup: CFB Bowl Games Dec. 31 & Jan. 1 Best Bets

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Roundup- CFB Bowl Games Dec. 31 & Jan. 1 Best Bets

New Year’s Eve and New Years Day are two of the exciting days to bet on College Football. Every year, we get to start a new year and end the current one with the best college athletes going to battle for 60 minutes. This year, as odd as 2021 has been, we will have plenty of college football bowl games to choose from. Between New Year’s Eve and New Years Day, we will have 8 games to bet on this weekend.

Notably, Barstool Sports’ AZ Bowl was forced to be canceled due to COVID-19 positive tests. Below you will see the 8 college football games taking place in the span of 48 hours with betting picks from many writers across the sports betting industry. Below I have tagged BeerLife Sports’ Mario Sanelli who has more on the key line movement for EVERY bowl game. Make sure you get your bets in!

Read: BeerLife Sports’ Every 202 College Football Bowl Game Betting Breakdown From Mario Sanelli

NYE CFB Betting Picks: Orange Bowl & Cotton Bowl

GameWebsite/LinkWriterCFB Betting Pick(s)
Dec. 31. Cotton Bowl Semifinal: Alabama (-13.5) vs. CincinnatiTheGameDayKevin DavisCincinnati +13.5
Cincinnati ML +385
Dec. 31. Orange Bowl Semifinal: Georgia (-7.5) vs. MichiganESPNAdam RittenbergMichigan ML +230
Dec. 31 Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl: Washington State (-7.5) vs. Central MichiganYahoo!Pete FiutakWashington State -7.5
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New Years Day CFB Best Bets: Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl

GameWebsite/LinkWriterCFB Betting Pick(s)
Jan. 1 Outback Bowl: Penn State (+1) vs. ArkansasCoversDouglas FarmerWashington +1
Over 47.5
Jan. 1 Citrus Bowl: Iowa (+3) vs. KentuckyTheGameDayJason RadowitzKentucky -3
Jan. 1 Fiesta Bowl: Okalhoma State (+2.5) Notre Dame Bleacher ReportJoe TanseyNotre Dame -2.5
Jan. 1 Rose Bowl: Utah (+4) vs. Ohio StateSportingNewsBill BenderOhio State -4
Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl: Baylor (+1) vs. Ole MissCoversJD YonkeUnder 54.5
Baylor +1
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Erich Richter is a sports writer and gambling expert with some of the biggest publications in the sports betting space. You can follow him on Twitter: @erichterrr