Free College Football Bowl Expert Predictions: Ohio University Bobcats vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Bowl Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. produces it for Football Betting news and notes. NCAA Football Premium Picks have been winning at a 78.1% rate and will continue to the 2016 BCS Title game in January 2016. The (8-4) Ohio University Bobcats of the Mid-American Conference East Division will be in the “HEART OF DIXIE” for the 2015 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. Ohio University takes on the (10-2) Appalachian State Mountaineers of the Sun Belt Conference in 2015 NCAA Football Bowl action. The teams will play at the historic Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Alabama. Kickoff time is at 5:30 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The game is on Saturday, December 19th, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Ohio University Bobcats did a remarkable job down the stretch of the regular season. Ohio University upset Northern Illinois to solidify a postseason game. The Appalachian State Mountaineers want to show the nation how good they are. Appalachian State was predicted to win the Sun Belt but finished second. The Opening betting line has the Ohio University as a seven and a half-point Underdog Against The Spread at a neutral site. The Betting Odds total is 55-points for Saturday’s game.

The Ohio University Bobcats are on a three-game win streak. Ohio University turned some heads with a 26-26 season finale win over Northern Illinois on November 24th. Frank Solich did one of his best coaching jobs in his career this season. Ohio University finished the regular season second in the East Divison, behind Bowling Green. The Ohio University program is in a bowl for the seventh time in the past ten years. The team got hit hard by injuries this season but persevered to get a bowl invitation. The Bobcats defense came on strong after a 62-24 road loss to Bowling Green early in November. Starting linebacker Quentin Poling played like a “BEAST” down the stretch. Offensively, Ohio University is a run first team. Starting quarterback Darius Vick must make plays with his feet. The Nebraska native is a liability throwing the football. The Bobcats offense is average at best with injuries at the running back position. The key to a Bobcats win is to win the battle in the trenches, especially on defense.

The 2015 Appalachian State Mountaineers finished behind Arkansas State in the Sun Belt Conference. The Mountaineers were the preseason favorite to win the Conference. Unlike Ohio University, Appalachian State is participating in the postseason at the FBS level for the first time in school history. The Mountaineers football program made history nearly a decade ago by going into the 100,000 seat “BIG HOUSE” and beating the Michigan Wolverines. The 2015 Mountaineers have one of the best passers in the Conference under center. Quarterback Taylor Lamb can take over a football game. Running Back Marcus Cox can run between the tackles and gain tough yards. The Appalachian State offense put up over 470-yards per game on average this season. Head Coach Scott Satterfield must have his offense ready to perform at a high-level Saturday. Ohio University will focus on shutting down Cox and the rushing attack. Lamb must be efficient throwing the football.

The Betting Odds Under The Total are 3-0-1 Ohio University last four in the month of December.

Appalachian State is 0-4 Against The Spread after a straight up win.

Winning NCAA Football News and Notes For Saturday, December 19, 2015.

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