College Ledge Football Bowl Bowl Games Today: Fiesta, Orange, Outback Forecasts, Elections, Obstacles, Schedule with Lines

The four exciting yet fantastic months of College Ledge Football Four have led us to the final day of the bowl season. The final two New Year’s Six Bowl games will be fought ahead of the Fiesta Bowl Orange Bowl on the first four-day day of the nine-day College Ledge Football Football Playoff National Championship.

After a short stint in the No. 10 Iowa State, Big Ten Championship game, the biggest season in program history ends with a big-time Bowl win, while No. 25 Oregon hopes to pick up more momentum after the 2021 season. The Pack-12 Championship game has an amazing entry and victory.

In the nightcap, No. 5 Texas A&M will try to prove that it should be the final team in the college football playoffs, as No. 13 North Carolina will close its campaign on a high note after a few difficult losses. That Tar Hills hopes the outcome would be in the ACC Championship Game Birth.

So what will go down from Saturday, and which teams should you use during the day? Our CBS Sports College Legend Football experts share their insights on four sports and give their choices both against the spread and straight up. Click on the Bowl Game names below for a more detailed look at each matchup.

Gator Bowl: (23) NC State Vs. Kentucky

Latest hurdles:

Kentucky Wildcats-2.5

Yes, even if NC State ranks and Kentucky-6–6, those Wildcats prefer in this game. How is this possible? Well, for one, there’s a lot to do with it in terms of people. When the general public looks at the game, they see the SCC team going against the ACC team which is not considered one of the select events of the convention, and that will push them into the SEC team. Now, I will not lie. The fact that Kentucky has been favored makes me wonder if there’s something the dismakers know I don’t, but I ignore that ink and go with common sense. Take the team that has been better all season. Pick: NC State +2.5 | NC State 24, Kentucky 20 – Tom Fornelly

Outback Bowl: (11) Indiana vs Ole Miss

Latest hurdles:

Indiana Hoosiers -9.5

Grab the points, but you won’t need them because Ole Miss will win the game straight away. Still, with Elijah Moore and Kenny Yeboh not there, coach Lane Kiffin will be plentiful in his sleeve and looking to put a show on national TV watching the world of college football. Quarterback Matt Coral has moments of ambiguity, but now it won’t happen that he will have a little more time to hone his craft. Pick: Ole Miss (+8.5) | Ole Miss 45, Indiana 42 – Barrett Sally

Fiesta Bowl: (10) Iowa State v. (25) Oregon

Latest hurdles:

Iowa State Cyclone-5

It’s true that Reg Reagan is a little fresher than Iowa State in this game. It will be interesting to see how much the factor ends up being. But Iowa State is on the verge of getting its best season with its most talented team ever. The bitter taste of defeat from the Big 12 title game is still in their mouths, with Cyclone finding a way to close the season on a positive note. Pick: Iowa State-4.5 | Iowa State 31, Oregon 24 – Ben Kerscheval

Orange Bowl: (5) Texas A&M Vs. (13) North Carolina

Latest hurdles:

Texas A&M AGCs-7.5

I understand North Carolina is missing a ton here and in the hands of its youth defense will be one of the best offensive lines in the country for Texas A&M, but last I checked, Sam Howell was still playing in the game and that means That backdoor will be fairly open to tar heels. I think the odds makers have dialed into this fact and considering how little has moved from all the opt-out news spread, so give me Howell and Underdog Heels to make me attractive in the fourth quarter. Pick: North Carolina +7.5 | Texas A&M 31, North Carolina 25 – Chip Patterson