College Football Betting Preview: New Year's Six Bowl Games
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We're right at the cusp of the most exciting games in the college football season -- the first New Year's Six game takes place on Saturday between Michigan and Florida, while the rest will actually be on January 1. Let's examine which teams have betting value for the four matchups that aren't playoff semi-final games. All advanced statistics are courtesy of the S&P+ individual team statistical profiles, except where noted.
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