NCAA Football Bowl Predictions: Boise State Broncos vs. Northern Illinois Huskies.

Written and authored by College Football Bowl Expert Analyst Al Presto. produces it for Football Betting news and notes. NCAA Football Predictions have been winning at a 77.5% rate and will continue to the 2016 BCS Title game in January 2016. The (8-4) Boise State Broncos of the Mountain West Mountain Division will be in the “AMERICA’S FINEST CITY” for the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. Boise State will play the (8-5) Northern Illinois Huskies of the Mid-American Conference West in 2015 NCAA Football Bowl action. The teams will play at Qualcomm Stadium in sunny San Diego, California. Kickoff time is at 4:30 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The game is on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Boise State Broncos Football program has taken a few steps backward the past few seasons. Head Coach Bryan Harsin gets a pass this year, but one more mediocre season and he will be on his way out. Northern Illinois is the model program in the MAC. Injuries at quarterback kept them from winning the title again this season. The Opening betting line has Northern Illinois as a nine-point Underdog Against The Spread on a Neutral Field. The Betting Odds total is 56-points for Wednesday’s game. Read more on our Toledo Rockets vs. Temple Owls Boca Raton Bowl write-up.

The Boise State Broncos finished fourth in the Mountain Division of the Conference. Boise State got off to a 5-1 start this season but went 3-3 down the stretch. The faithful in the “POTATO STATE” have been used to seeing the Broncos dominating the Mountain West Conference. Harsin and his staff have a long offseason and will hit the road recruiting. Will Boise State be motivated to play in this bowl game after being predicted to win the Conference? Freshman quarterback Brett Rypien is the future of the Broncos football program, he played up and down this season. Ryan Finley and Rypien shared the duties under center for most of the season, but the coaching staff prefers the true freshman. Boise State has plenty of talent returning next season, and the extra practice sessions are needed. Boise State lost football games to Air Force and New Mexico down the stretch and barely beat San Jose State to finish 8-4. The key to a Boise State win is to establish a rushing game with sophomore running back Jeremy McNichols.

The 2015 Northern Illinois Huskies got a signature win at Toledo when the Rockets were a top 25 team in the nation. NIU also played Ohio State tough on the road. Starting quarterback, Drew Hare was playing great football before he got hurt in the win at Toledo. Hare is out with an Achilles injury. Enter third team Redshirt Freshman Ryan Graham, who steered the ship until he got hurt against Ohio University in a loss. The Northern Illinois Huskies still made it to their sixth consecutive Mid-American Conference Title game at Ford Field in Detroit. The Huskies were no match for the Bowling Green Falcons, losing 34-14. Graham will be healthy for Wednesday matchup in San Diego and head coach Rod Carey will have the Huskies ready to play. The Northern Illinois Huskies will compete at a high level from the opening kickoff to the end of the game. The key to a Northern Illinois win is for the defense to play with intensity.

Boise State is 0-4 Against The Point Spread vs. A team with a winning record.

Northern Illinois are 5-0 ATS their last five on Wednesday’s.

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