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College Football Bowl Games 2010

College Football Bowl Games 2010 - Q. What’s the over/under on Auburn-Oregon in the BCS title game?

It opened at 74 — and that seems a bit low for these two offenses. Oregon finished No. 1 nationally in scoring at 49.3 ppg and No. 2 in total offense with an average of 537.5 yards. Auburn was No. 6 in scoring at 42.7 and No. 7 in total offense at 497.7 yards. That’s 92 points and more than 1,035 yards combined per game for this two. Neither defense appears capable of slowing the other offense, either.
Q. Which bowl game is really a phony marquee matchup?

It’s a tie between the Outback, which will pair 7-5 Penn State vs. 7-5 Florida, and the Sun Bowl, which pits 7-5 Notre Dame against 7-5 Miami. On name value, they look like attractive games. TV should like them, anyway. The reality? Penn State’s quality victory is over Temple; Florida went 3-5 over its final eight games; Notre Dame is playing with a backup quarterback (Tommy Rees) and Miami no longer has a coach after a loss to South Florida to end the regular season cost Randy Shannon his job. See what happens when you lose to Big East teams?

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