Free 2015-16 Winning NCAA Football Bowl Picks: Texas A&M Aggies vs. Louisville Cardinals.

Written and authored by College Football Bowl Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes. NCAA Football Predictions have been winning at a 76.2% rate and will continue to the 2016 BCS Title game in January 2016. The (8-4) Texas A&M Aggies of the Southeastern Conference West division will be in the “VOLUNTEER STATE for their Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl game. Texas A&M will play the (7-5) Louisville Cardinals of the ACC Atlantic. Game time is at 7:00 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The teams will play at Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL Titans in Nashville, Tennessee. The game is on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Texas A&M Aggies coaching staff is committed to improving on the defensive side of the Football. Louisville and head coach Bobby Petrino must score points on offense to have a chance Wednesday. The opening line has Texas A&M as a four and a half-point Underdog Against The Spread at a neutral site. The Betting Odds total is 47′-points for Wednesday’s game. Read more on our North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Baylor Bear Russell Athletic Bowl write-up.

The Texas A&M Aggies lost six of seven ATS going down the stretch of the 2015 College Football season. Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin is one of only two Texas A&M coaches to make the postseason their first three seasons on the sidelines. Texas A&M beat West Virginia in last season’s bowl game in the State of Tennessee. The Aggies, known for their high-powered offense but new defensive coordinator John Chavis bring a toughness to the defense. Texas A&M will be without starting quarterback Kyle Allen and backup Kyler Murray, both transferred out of the program after the regular season. Georgetown, Texas native Jake Hubenak will be under center for the Aggies when they take the field. Sumlin has a knack of getting the quarterback to perform at a high level in his system. Texas A&M is enjoying the bowl week festivities as well as preparing for the game. It is what bowl season is all about, allowing kids and the coaching staff to have. The key to a Texas A&M win is for the offensive line to protect their new signal-caller against a good Louisville defense.
The 2015-16 Louisville Cardinals won five of six football games to end the regular season. The lone loss in the stretch was a 35-45 road defeat at Pittsburgh. The Louisville defense is a ball-hawking crew, especially cornerback Trumaine Washington and safety Chucky Williams. The front seven is also good and will get pressure on the Texas A&M quarterback. Freshman Lamar Jackson will be under center for the Louisville offense. Kyle Bolin, Reggie Bonnafon will be in the bullpen. The Texas A&M defensive line won’t make it easy for Jackson, the Palm Beach, Florida native. Jackson was efficient in the regular season finale, a comeback win over in-state rivals the University of Kentucky. Head Coach Bobby Petrino is in his second go around at Louisville, and his philosophy is changing from a score first mentality to a stop the opposition frame of mind. The key to a Louisville win is for the defense to win the battle at the line of scrimmage.
Texas A&M are 0-4 Against The Point Spread their last four vs. The Atlantic Coast Conference.

The Betting Odds Over The Total are 4-0 Louisville last four on Wednesday’s.

Winning Football News and Notes For Wednesday, December 30th, 2015.

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