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Gildan New Mexico Bowl Preview: Arizona Wildcats vs. Nevada Wolf Pack

Gildan New Mexico Bowl Starts the Madness

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It’s the most wonderful time of year again, bowl season, and college football’s finest are coming up with their best ways of striking it rich in the hardware department before programs retire for the offseason. Kicking the festivities off on the NCAA football line are Nevada and Arizona in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl this Saturday.

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Although the early outlook at the sportsbook shows the college football odds in Arizona’s favor (to the tune of a 9.5-point spread), the Wolf Pack generated enough momentum in the first half of the season to turn some heads. Whether they can capitalize on that, as opposed to the 1-4 finish they ended with, is what will determine how well balanced the matchup is come the weekend.

The Wildcats, in contrast, were consistent if not dominant. Though expectedly the Pac-12 contestant came up short against the conference’s most dominant programs, they did manage to pick on the then-No. 9-ranked USC Trojans amid their infamous free fall. That win, along with another against No. 18 Oklahoma State and a 7-5 record overall, tilts the scales in Arizona’s favor heading into the matchup.

More than just a clash of two decent programs who played admirably over the course of the season but didn’t quite live up to the level of the top programs in the country, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl ushers in the beginning of a blissful month of NCAA line action. Think you know how it will all unfold?

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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