Friday Night Football in the NCAA will be at the top of most odds makers interest lists tonight. Two teams from the Mid American Conference play in two games on Friday.
Toledo vs Cincinnati
On one matchup, the Cincinnati Bearcats host the Toledo Rockets. On Bovada and topbet, Cincinnati is favored by 12 points with the point total sitting on 59.
The OVER has cashed in both games Toledo has played this season and in 7 of its past 9 overall.
Cincinnati was 3-1 SU and 1-3 ATS in its last four games at home last season.
Cincinnati is the only team in the FBS not to have played a game this season.
Tommy Tuberville the Cincinnati coach was 9-4 in his debut season with the Bearcats last season. He will have Gunner Keil a sophomore starting at quarterback. Kiel is a transfer from Notre Dame.
Toledo thus far is 1-1 SU as well as ATS. The Rockets defeated FCS New Hampshire 54-20 to open the season and lost last week to Missouri 49-24.
Phillip Ely was the starting quarterback for Toledo until the third quarter of last week when he sustained a knee injury that ended his season.
On Friday Logan Woodside a sophomore or Michael Julian a freshmen will start at QB.
Toledo is No. 112 in defensive passing yards allowed this season.
I like Cincinnati SU and Toledo ATS in this matchup. Two new quarterbacks will debut, but the high-powered offense of Toledo will keep them close.
Baylor vs. Buffalo
The Baylor Bears visit the Buffalo Bulls on Friday. Baylor routed Buffalo last season 70-13, rolling up 781 yards on offense. The only thing that might slow down the Baylor offense in this game is fatigue. The Bears will be playing their third game in just 13 days.
Sportsbook.com and betonline have Baylor favored by 35 points with the point total sitting on 68.
The line has been as low as -31 for Baylor and as high as 35.5.
Baylor has a record of 6-1 ATS over its last seven games against non-conference opponents. The OVER has cashed in 10 of the past 12 non-conference games played by Baylor.
The Bulls are 0-4 ATS over their past four games overall.
Baylor is 2-0 SU as well as ATS to start the season. Both wins were convincing for the Bears even without Bryce Petty their starting quarterback playing last week and two wide receivers out injured.
Petty, a candidate for the Heisman Trophy is expected to start Friday.
Buffalo is 1-1 SU and 0-2 ATS. They won their opener 38-28 against Duquesne a FCS opponent but lost on the road 47-39 to Army last week.
Joe Licata is the Buffalo quarterback and has 5 touchdowns and 3 picks this season.
Baylor has a prolific offense, but its defense has improved and is No. 1 in the nation against the run allowing just 27 yards per game.
I like Baylor less the 35 points and the OVER with a final of 63-20.