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01/03/2012 04:23 PM

NCAAF
Armadillo's Write-Up

Bowl Season

Sugar Bowl

Virginia Tech is 2-3 in last five bowls, allowing 7-14 in wins, 31.7 ppg in losses; Hokies won seven of last eight games, are underdog for first time this season. Michigan was held to 14-16 points in its two losses; they're 5-3 as favorites this year; Wolverines lost four of last five bowl games, allowing 32+ points in all five games (average total, 65.4); Hoke was 2-1 in bowl games at Ball State/ San Diego State, with favorites covering all three games. Since 2006, ACC-Big Dozen teams have met five times in bowls, with ACC teams winning three of five games. Big Dozen teams are 3-5 so far this bowl season, with favorites covering seven of the eight games (2-0 as favorites)- they're 5-2 as bowl faves since '07. ACC bowl underdogs are 15-8 since '06, 1-2 this year. Favorites covered four of last five Sugar Bowls; this is first time in 12 years there isn't an SEC team in this game.

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cnotes Posts:25142 Followers:33
01/03/2012 04:27 PM

NCAAF

Tuesday, January 3

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What bettors need to know: Michigan vs. Virginia Tech
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Virginia Tech Hokies (3, 51)

SUGAR BOWL STORYLINES

1. This will be the first BCS bowl game for No. 12 Michigan since the 2007 Rose Bowl, when it lost to USC. Virginia Tech is making its fourth BCS bowl appearance in five years.

2. Michigan and Virginia Tech rank seventh and eighth nationally in scoring defense, allowing 17.17 and 17.23 points per game respectively.

3. The schools, which are meeting for the first time, both sport losing bowl records. Michigan is 19-21 all-time, losing five of its last six bowl games, while Virginia Tech is 9-15. The Hokies lost to Stanford, 40-12, in the Orange Bowl last season.

4. Virginia Tech kicker Tyler Weiss was sent home for violating a team curfew prior to the Hokies' Sugar Bowl game against Michigan. Weiss failed to be present for a 1 a.m. bed check in New Orleans on Thursday, team spokesman Bryan Johnston said. Weiss was scheduled to play in the contest after kicker Cody Journell was arrested last week for his alleged involvement in a home invasion. Justin Myer, the team's kickoff specialist, is expected to handle field goal attempts. He has missed his only two field goal tries this season.

TV: ESPN.

LINE: The Sugar Bowl's line has been all over the place. Some books opened with Virginia Tech favored by a point, but steady action on the Wolverines now has Michigan set at -3 at most shops with a few -2.5's littering the board as of Monday evening. The total is holding at 51 points.

ABOUT MICHIGAN (10-2, 6-2 Big Ten): The Wolverines owe much of this year's revival to an improved, disruptive defense that ranks among the nation's best in several categories. Senior LB Brandon Herron has two of the unit's three touchdowns, returning a fumble and an interception for scores. Junior QB Denard Robinson (1,163 yards rushing, 16 TD) and sophomore RB Fitzgerald Toussaint (1,011 yards, 9 TD) have excelled behind an offensive line that features All-American C David Molk, the Rimington Trophy winner.

ABOUT VIRGINIA TECH (11-2, 7-1 ACC): The Hokies, who have been perfect this season against teams not named Clemson, rank just 12th nationally in total yardage allowed (313.9). Junior RB David Wilson is the headliner on offense, ranking 12th nationally with 1,627 yards rushing (125.2 per game) and scoring 10 total touchdowns. Junior QB Logan Thomas has thrown for 2,799 yards and 19 touchdowns while rushing for 416 yards and 10 more scores.

TRENDS:
- The over is 10-1 in Michigan's last 11 bowl games.
- Virginia Tech is 3-9 against the spread in its last 12 overall.
- Michigan is 8-20 against the spread in its last 28 vs. a team with a winning record.

PREDICTION: Michigan 20, Virginia Tech 14 -- Look for the dynamic Robinson to give the Wolverines a slight edge and cap Brady Hoke's first year as head coach in fine fashion.


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cnotes Posts:25142 Followers:33
01/03/2012 04:28 PM

NCAAF

Tuesday, January 3

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Tale of the tape: Michigan Wolverines vs. Virginia Tech Hokies
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Virginia Tech Hokies (-3, 51)

Offense

Michigan’s offense revolves around its running game that churns out 235.7 yards per game on the ground. Quarterback Denard Robinson is a major running threat with 1163 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns. He’s completing 56.1 percent of his passes (down from better than 65 percent last season) with 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. Running back Fitzgerald Toussaint cracked the 1,000-yard plateau this year with nine touchdowns and is averaging 6.1 yards per carry in his last five games. Four different Wolverines have caught at least 18 passes this season for the team, which averages 34.2 points per game with the 34th-ranked total offense in the nation.

Virginia Tech’s offense is a bit more balanced. The Hokies produce 28.5 points per game with the No. 36 total offense, but sit 29th in rushing offense and 66th in passing offense. Logan Thomas is another dual threat quarterback and scampered for more than 400 yards and touchdowns on the ground this season. He also completes almost 60 percent of his passes and has 19 passing TDs compared to nine interceptions. Running back David Wilson has rushed for at least 100 yards in 10 of 13 games and was named ACC Offensive Player of the Year after finishing sixth in the country with 1,631 rushing yards (6.1 yards per carry).

Edge: Hokies


Defense

Statistically speaking, these two clubs aren’t separated by much defensively.

Michigan ranks 16th in total defense yielding 317.6 yards per game and sits seventh in scoring defense allowing only 17.2 points per contest. Michigan owns the No. 16-ranked passing defense in the country but managed just eight interceptions this season. The Wolverines have notched 28 sacks.

Virginia Tech’s defense allows only 313.9 yards and 17.2 points per game. The Hokies yield 107.8 rushing yards per game and 206.2 rushing yards per contest. Virginia does have a slight edge in sacks with 38 on the year and 15 interceptions.

Edge: Even


Special teams

The Hokies normally thrive in this area, but this season has been different.

Neither team is particularly dangerous in punt and kick returns, ranking near the bottom in the nation in that category. Virginia Tech’s Cody Journell hit 14 of his 17 field goal attempts during the season but was suspended following his Dec. 21 arrest for breaking and entering. Tyler Weiss was sent home after he violated curfew as well, leaving Justin Myer to handle the kicking duties. He has handled kickoff duties in all 13 games this season but is 0-for-2 this season on field goal tries.

Michigan’s Brendan Gibbons has connected on 10 of his 14 field goal tries.

Both clubs have one blocked punt this year.

Edge: Michigan


Word on the street

“We have come up short. We even make jokes in the locker room, like, ‘They’re never going to give us a big game again.’ Every time we get there we lose. I feel like this is a game we have to win.” – Virginia Tech running back David Wilson.

“Our struggles the previous three seasons have really made this season all the more sweet. I think those have helped us this season because it’s made us even hungrier than ever before. A lot of our success this season can be attributed to those past struggles.” - Wolverines safety Jordan Kovacs.


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01/03/2012 04:34 PM

Hokies And Wolverines Set For Allstate Sugar Bowl

Who knew that a school's ability to fill hotel rooms was part of the calculations that go into the BCS Standings? Why, it's enough to make you wonder what the spread might be between Comic-Con and the Consumer Electronics Show if they ever met on a gridiron.

Relax. I'm not here to pour it on the Virginia Tech Hokies and Michigan Wolverines. It's not their fault that Sugar Bowl officials chose them over more deserving candidates such as Boise State and Kansas State. However, with the ACC and Big Ten each getting a second BCS payday, you can't blame the Big 12 and Mountain West conferences for getting their feathers a bit ruffled.

All of the controversy surrounding the selection of the Hokies and Wolverines aside, their Tuesday, Jan. 3 battle at the Superdome in New Orleans has the potential to be a very evenly matched contest. Oddsmakers opened Michigan as a slim 1-point favorite, with early green backing the Maize & Blue pushing that number up to -2½. The total has been stuck on 51 at most sports books, and kickoff is scheduled for a tad past 8:30 p.m. (ET) with ESPN on hand to deliver the broadcast.

Seeing Virginia Tech (11-2 straight up, 4-9 against the spread) in a BCS bowl is no surprise, and it's certainly not surprising to see the Hokies in the Sugar Bowl with this being their fifth appearance there under Frank Beamer. Heck, if not for those pesky Clemson Tigers, Beamer's bunch would have pushed Alabama out of the BCS Championship Game.

Michigan making it to one of the top-tier bowls is a bit of a shock, with the Wolverines coming off a lackluster 7-6 campaign a year ago to go 10-2 this season (8-4 ATS) under first-year head coach Brady Hoke.

The statistical similarities the two teams share start on the defensive side of the ball where each squad surrendered just 17.2 points per game, knotting them for seventh-fewest in the country. Va Tech's unit ranked 14th in the land giving up just over 313 yards per game, while Michigan isn't far behind in 17th (317.6 YPG). Both stop units fared well against the run – Hokies 16th allowing 108 rushing yards per contest, Wolverines 36th at 129 YPG – and that is where this game should get interesting given both schools sport offenses with solid ground games.

With Denard Robinson a dual threat under center for Michigan, the Wolverines ran up the nation's 12th-rated rushing attack that averaged nearly 236 yards each outing. The junior tallied about 97 of those yards himself, running for 1,163 yards in total, second most among all FBS quarterbacks.

Robinson was just one of two 1,000-yard rushers in the Wolverines backfield where Fitzgerald Toussaint scooted for 1,011 on the season, finishing up with three successive 100-yard games in wins over Illinois, Nebraska and Ohio State.

The passing game saw Robinson throw for more than 2,000 yards with a decent 142.2 QB rating. However, his 18:14 TD:INT ratio leaves a little to be desired.

On the Virginia Tech side, junior tailback David Wilson paced a Hokies ground attack that is 30th in the land averaging almost 189 yards per game. Wilson had the bulk of that number, rumbling for over 125 per game and finishing fifth in the country with 1,627 yards.

The Hokies have a bit of a dual threat at QB themselves, though Logan Thomas is never going to be confused for Denard Robinson. Thomas ran for over 400 yards and scored 10 TDs using his feet, while passing for nearly 2,800 yards with 19 more scores (9 INT).

With both teams possessing strong defenses and their offenses relying more on running the ball, bettors might turn to historical trends between the two teams to help make their minds up. Alas, there is no gridiron history between the two schools with this the first-ever matchup. Recent bowl records for the two teams finds Va Tech 6-6, a span that starts with losing the 2000 National Championship to Florida State at this site, while Michigan is 4-6 in its last 10 postseason trips that started with an Orange Bowl win over Alabama in 2000.

The two teams did trend strongly to the 'under' this season, combining for a 16-8 mark below the total, though that should be tempered with the Wolverines going above the number in both of their final two games.


And this ladies and gentlemen is your BOWL GAME OF THE YEAR:

Tuesday, January 3

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Michigan - 8:30 PM ET ( Michigan -2.5 500 BGOY )

Virginia Tech - Under 51 500

Now should this game cover i'll have another BGOY 2

GOOD LUCK !!

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01/03/2012 04:36 PM

Hokies And Wolverines Set For Allstate Sugar Bowl

Who knew that a school's ability to fill hotel rooms was part of the calculations that go into the BCS Standings? Why, it's enough to make you wonder what the spread might be between Comic-Con and the Consumer Electronics Show if they ever met on a gridiron.

Relax. I'm not here to pour it on the Virginia Tech Hokies and Michigan Wolverines. It's not their fault that Sugar Bowl officials chose them over more deserving candidates such as Boise State and Kansas State. However, with the ACC and Big Ten each getting a second BCS payday, you can't blame the Big 12 and Mountain West conferences for getting their feathers a bit ruffled.

All of the controversy surrounding the selection of the Hokies and Wolverines aside, their Tuesday, Jan. 3 battle at the Superdome in New Orleans has the potential to be a very evenly matched contest. Oddsmakers opened Michigan as a slim 1-point favorite, with early green backing the Maize & Blue pushing that number up to -2½. The total has been stuck on 51 at most sports books, and kickoff is scheduled for a tad past 8:30 p.m. (ET) with ESPN on hand to deliver the broadcast.

Seeing Virginia Tech (11-2 straight up, 4-9 against the spread) in a BCS bowl is no surprise, and it's certainly not surprising to see the Hokies in the Sugar Bowl with this being their fifth appearance there under Frank Beamer. Heck, if not for those pesky Clemson Tigers, Beamer's bunch would have pushed Alabama out of the BCS Championship Game.

Michigan making it to one of the top-tier bowls is a bit of a shock, with the Wolverines coming off a lackluster 7-6 campaign a year ago to go 10-2 this season (8-4 ATS) under first-year head coach Brady Hoke.

The statistical similarities the two teams share start on the defensive side of the ball where each squad surrendered just 17.2 points per game, knotting them for seventh-fewest in the country. Va Tech's unit ranked 14th in the land giving up just over 313 yards per game, while Michigan isn't far behind in 17th (317.6 YPG). Both stop units fared well against the run – Hokies 16th allowing 108 rushing yards per contest, Wolverines 36th at 129 YPG – and that is where this game should get interesting given both schools sport offenses with solid ground games.

With Denard Robinson a dual threat under center for Michigan, the Wolverines ran up the nation's 12th-rated rushing attack that averaged nearly 236 yards each outing. The junior tallied about 97 of those yards himself, running for 1,163 yards in total, second most among all FBS quarterbacks.

Robinson was just one of two 1,000-yard rushers in the Wolverines backfield where Fitzgerald Toussaint scooted for 1,011 on the season, finishing up with three successive 100-yard games in wins over Illinois, Nebraska and Ohio State.

The passing game saw Robinson throw for more than 2,000 yards with a decent 142.2 QB rating. However, his 18:14 TD:INT ratio leaves a little to be desired.

On the Virginia Tech side, junior tailback David Wilson paced a Hokies ground attack that is 30th in the land averaging almost 189 yards per game. Wilson had the bulk of that number, rumbling for over 125 per game and finishing fifth in the country with 1,627 yards.

The Hokies have a bit of a dual threat at QB themselves, though Logan Thomas is never going to be confused for Denard Robinson. Thomas ran for over 400 yards and scored 10 TDs using his feet, while passing for nearly 2,800 yards with 19 more scores (9 INT).

With both teams possessing strong defenses and their offenses relying more on running the ball, bettors might turn to historical trends between the two teams to help make their minds up. Alas, there is no gridiron history between the two schools with this the first-ever matchup. Recent bowl records for the two teams finds Va Tech 6-6, a span that starts with losing the 2000 National Championship to Florida State at this site, while Michigan is 4-6 in its last 10 postseason trips that started with an Orange Bowl win over Alabama in 2000.

The two teams did trend strongly to the 'under' this season, combining for a 16-8 mark below the total, though that should be tempered with the Wolverines going above the number in both of their final two games.


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cnotes Posts:25142 Followers:33
01/03/2012 04:38 PM

Bowl Game Record:

Date WLT Pct Net Units Record
12/31/11 2-­8-­0 20.00% -­3400 Detail
12/30/11 3-­5-­0 37.50% -­1250 Detail
12/29/11 2-­2-­0 50.00% -­100 Detail
12/28/11 3-­1-­0 75.00% +­950 Detail
12/27/11 2-­2-­0 50.00% -­100 Detail
12/26/11 2-­0-­0 100.00% +­1000 Detail
12/24/11 1-­1-­0 50.00% -­50 Detail
12/22/11 2-­0-­0 100.00% +­1000 Detail
12/21/11 1-­1-­0 50.00% -­50 Detail
12/20/11 1-­1-­0 50.00% -­50 Detail
12/17/11 4-­2-­0 66.67% +­900 Detail
Totals 23-­23-­0 50.00% -­1150


Date WLT Pct Net Units Record
01/02/12 8-­4-­0 66.67% +­1800 Detail
Totals 8-­4-­0 66.67% +1800

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01/03/2012 06:29 PM

Michigan and Virginia Tech play in Sugar Bowl

MICHIGAN WOLVERINES (10-2)
vs. VIRGINIA TECH HOKIES (11-2)

BCS - Sugar Bowl
Sugar Bowl - New Orleans, LA
Kickoff: Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. EDT
Line: Michigan -2.5, Total: 51

Michigan seeks its fourth straight victory when it faces a Virginia Tech team fortunate to be in a BCS bowl after its 38-10 loss in the ACC Championship Game.

The Hokies have absolutely no business being in this bowl and the Wolverines will do their best to show the world what a farce this really is. Virginia Tech’s schedule was bad enough playing in the ACC, but it didn’t even have to face Florida State or NC State, the conference’s only two bowl winners this postseason. Meanwhile, Michigan has played seven straight bowl participants, with four of those coming on the road, and managed to go 5-2, posting the five wins by an average margin of 18.2 PPG. The Hokies allowed a below-average Clemson rushing offense (was ranked 67th) to gain 217 yards on them, and have little chance at stopping Michigan’s 12th-ranked run offense (236 YPG) led by QB Denard Robinson. The pick here is MICHIGAN to win comfortably.

This FoxSheets coaching trend also favors the Wolverines:

Brady Hoke is 26-13 ATS (66.7%, +11.7 Units) after 1 or more consecutive losses against the spread in all games he has coached since 1992. The average score was Hoke 27.5, OPPONENT 27.8.

The Hokies also have a tremendous ball carrier in RB David Wilson (125 rushing YPG, 6th in FBS), who has 10 games of at least 120 yards. But he’ll be facing a tough Wolverines run-stop unit that has allowed less than 140 rushing yards in eight of the past nine games (101 YPG over span). Tech junior QB Logan Thomas has been solid this season, throwing for 2,799 yards (215 YPG), 19 TD and 9 INT. He has also rushed for 10 scores, but has gained a mere 61 rushing yards on 32 carries (1.9 YPC) in the past three games. The Wolverines defend the pass pretty well too, allowing just 189 passing YPG (17th in FBS) and 12 touchdowns in 12 games. They also have 28 sacks, but the Hokies have a strong offensive line, allowing just 15 sacks all season.

Robinson (97 rushing YPG, 16 TD) and RB Fitzgerald Toussaint (92 rushing YPG, 9 TD) have led Michigan to 738 rushing yards (246 YPG) over the past three weeks. Robinson hasn’t been great throwing the football this season (56% completions, 18 TD, 14 INT), but he is coming off two big passing games, combining to go 25-of-35 (71%) for 347 yards, 5 TD and 1 INT. He should be able to continue the surge against a Hokies defense that has allowed 200+ net passing yards in nine of their past 11 games. Virginia Tech does rank as the nation’s 15th-best team in total defense (314 YPG) though, and is eighth in points allowed at 17.2 PPG. Sophomore DL James Gayle finished third in the ACC with seven of his team’s 38 sacks this year (T-11th in nation). The Wolverines have dropped five of their past six bowl games and are trying to redeem themselves after a 52-14 drubbing at the hands of Mississippi State last year.

Another area the Hokies are hurting in, is the kicking game, as sophomore K Cody Journell was suspended after being charged with breaking and entering. Virginia Tech is also one of the worst punting teams in the nation, as its 33.6 net punting yards rank 108th among the 120 FBS schools.

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01/04/2012 07:09 PM

NCAAF
Armadillo's Write-Up

Orange Bowl

Clemson finished 2-3 after an 8-0 start; they were held to 17 points or less in all three losses; Tigers are 6-3 as a favorite, but failed to cover its last three when favored. West Virginia won its last three games by total of 7 points; they gave up 47-49-38 in three losses, and gave up average of 31 ppg in last six games. Underdogs covered four of last six in Orange Bowl, winning three of last four SU. Clemson lost four of its last five bowls, even though they were favored in all five games. Dogs covered WVU's last five bowls, with Mountaineers losing last two 33-21/23-7 as favorites. Since 2006, ACC bowl favorites are 9-16 vs spread, 2-1 in this year's bowls; Big East bowl underdogs are 4-5 vs spread. Had a feeling all year that after the late coaching change at West Virginia, that this was not a unified coaching staff, with assistants hired by the former coach. Would think that Clemson is the right side in this game.

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01/04/2012 07:11 PM

NCAAF

Wednesday, January 4

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What bettors need to know: West Virginia vs. Clemson
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West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Clemson Tigers (-3, 61.5)

DISCOVER ORANGE BOWL STORYLINES

1. It's a matchup of explosive offenses -- both teams average more than 33 points and 440 yards -- and dangerous quarterbacks. Clemson's Tajh Boyd is a dual threat who has passed for 3,578 yards with 31 touchdowns and 11 interceptions and added 194 yards and five touchdowns on the ground. West Virginia's Geno Smith, a native of the Miami area, has broken school records for attempts (483), completions (314) and passing yards (3,978) already this season.

2. The Tigers have been hurt at times by an inability to stop the run. While the Mountaineers don't run much -- they rank 100th in the nation with 117.8 rushing yards per game -- their ability to establish the ground game early could be the key to opening up the passing game and getting their offense going. It will be harder for West Virginia to accomplish that, though, without leading rusher Dustin Garrison (742 yards, six touchdowns), who suffered a serious knee injury during preparation for this game.

3. It's Clemson's first trip to the Orange Bowl since its 22-15 win over Nebraska on Jan. 1, 1982, capped a perfect season and the school's only national championship. The return to Miami prompted Tigers coach Dabo Swinney to say, "This is the site of our program's greatest moment, and we've been wandering in the desert for a long time since."

4. Clemson is West Virginia's fourth consecutive ACC bowl opponent, and its fourth different one. The Mountaineers are 2-0 in BCS bowls, but they lost to N.C. State in last year's Champs Sports Bowl. The Mountaineers lost to Clemson 27-7 in the Gator Bowl on Dec. 30, 1989, in the only previous meeting.

TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

LINE: Most books had Clemson listed as a 3.5-point favorite at the open, but that line has moved around a bit since then. As of Tuesday night you would have seen the Tigers at -3 at most shops but there were also a handful of -2.5's on the board. The total was pegged around 61.5 or 62.

ABOUT WEST VIRGINIA (9-3, 5-2 Big East): The Mountaineers had to win their last three games -- by a combined seven points -- to force a three-way tie atop the Big East with Cincinnati and Louisville and slip into their third BCS bowl. Smith has two dangerous receiving weapons in Stedman Bailey, a deep threat who has caught 67 passes for a school-record 1,197 yards and 11 touchdowns, and Tavon Austin, who has 89 catches for 1,063 yards. West Virginia will be without safety Terence Garvin, who has a knee injury that requires surgery. Garvin had 72 tackles and two interceptions this season.

ABOUT CLEMSON (10-3, 7-2 ACC): The Tigers went from off the national radar to start the season to surprise national title contender before losing three of their last four regular-season games. They bounced back with a 38-10 win over Virginia Tech in the ACC title game -- their second dominant performance against the Hokies this season -- to earn their first BCS bowl bid, their first ACC title since 1991 and their first 10-win season since 1990. The Tigers had a 1,000-yard rusher (Andre Ellington) and receiver (Sammy Watkins) for the third time in school history, but they will be without their No. 2 rusher, as freshman Mike Bellamy is still serving an indefinite suspension that began with the ACC title game.

TRENDS:
- West Virginia is 11-4 against the spread against teams with a winning record.
- Clemson is 1-4 against the spread in its last five overall.
- Each of Clemson's last five games have played under the total.

PREDICTION: Clemson 31, West Virginia 28. The Tigers' greatest weakness is its run defense, something the Mountaineers are ill-equipped to exploit.


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01/04/2012 07:15 PM

Bowl Record for January:

Date WLT Pct Net Units Record
01/03/12 2-­0-­0 100.00% +­1000 Detail
01/02/12 8-­4-­0 66.67% +­1800 Detail
Totals 10-­4-­0 71.43% +2800

Wednesday, January 4

Game Score Status Pick Amount

West Virginia - 8:30 PM ET Clemson -3.5 500

Clemson - Over 60.5 500

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