BCS Semi Finals Football Point Spread Picks: Oklahoma Sooners vs. Clemson Tigers

Written and authored by College Football Bowl Expert Analyst Al Presto. 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 (11-1) and third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners of the Big-Twelve Conference will be in “SOUTH BEACH” for their Capital One Orange Bowl BCS Semi-Final matchup. Oklahoma will take on the (13-0) and #1 Clemson Tigers of the ACC Atlantic Division. Game time is at 4:00 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The teams will play at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The game is on Thursday, December 31st, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Oklahoma Sooners have all the intangibles going their way in the College Football Final Four. The Sooners are looking for revenge from an embarrassing loss to Clemson in last season’s postseason. Clemson must regroup after the suspension of three players a day before the biggest game of their young lives. The opening line has Oklahoma as a three and a half-point Underdog Against The Spread at a neutral venue. The Betting Odds total is 64-points for Thursday’s game.

The 2015-16 Oklahoma Sooners are on a seven-game winning streak, after the “RED RIVALRY” loss to Texas on October 10th. The Sooners are also 6-1 Against The Spread in the eight games. Head Coach Bob Stoops and the rest of the staff set the tone for the season last spring. Sooners players rallied the entire campus together after a harsh racial incident involving an on-campus fraternity. The leader of the Sooners run for a national title is transfer quarterback Baker Mayfield. The Texas Tech transfer has a knack for getting teammates lose in crucial moments of a football game. Mayfield has a future in politics after football if he so chooses. Oklahoma began their transformation in a nationally televised win at Baylor in the middle of November. The Sooner exhibited a form of togetherness not seen in this modern era of egos and me first attitudes. The Sooners offense has two of the prolific running backs in the nation with Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon. Wideout Sterling Shepard provides a vertical threat in the passing game. The Oklahoma defense is playing lights out football and will be up for the challenge in Miami.
The Clemson Tigers have been the talk of the College Football landscape this year. The Tigers short stay in the “MAGIC CITY” has not gotten off to a good start. Head Coach Dabo Swinney addressed the media Wednesday morning with new three players were being sent home for violating team rules. Sources say big play receiver Deon Cain, kicker Ammon Lakip, and tight end Jj McCullough failed drug tests. Swinney was his usual active self during the press conference. The Tigers have avoided controversy this season but how will they respond to Wednesday’s news? Clemson beat Ohio State in the 2014 Orange Bowl 40-35 and were destroyed by West Virginia 70-33 in 2012 at the same stadium. A lot has changed; Brent Venables reconstructed the defense, and they are one of the best in the land. Starting quarterback Deshaun Watson is the catalyst that makes the Tigers offense run like a well-oiled machine. The key to a Clemson victory is for Watson to find playmakers.
The Betting Odds Over The Total is 4-0 Oklahoma last four following a straight up win of more than 20 points.

Clemson is 4-0 Against The Spread their last four in the month of December.

Winning Football News and Notes For Thursday, December 31st, 2015.

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