Central Florida over TEMPLE by 6
It’s been well documented that the AAC East – along with the landscape of the non-Power 5 – will be decided next week in Orlando with the Bulls visiting town, and in the conference championship game on December 2nd with the winner of that one likely meeting highly-regarded Memphis. However, we guarantee that the wise Owls are one squad that the unbeaten Knights don’t want to face as one more win not only makes Temple bowl eligible but also the winningest senior class in school history. “We would rather die out there than let our seniors down,” said junior QB Frank Nutile. Playing their best ball of the season in their Last Home Game of the season (8-4 ATS, including 2-0 ATS as dogs of more than 8 points) makes for a deadly combination with an Owls squad that is as home dogs of 10 or more points, 6-1 ATS after clashing with Cincy and 7-3 ATS as conference home dogs versus undefeated opposition, including 7-1 ATS as dogs of 7 or more points. Whew! As for UCF, aside from being a
fade, the Knights are 1-6 ATS in LRG’s and 1-4 ATS as road favorites of more than 10 points. Better yet, we’ll close out with this spoiler, err MIDWEEK ALERT: for those who subscribe to our sister publication, you’ll want to hear what that has to say later in the week as it just may call for the outright upset. Stay tuned. at the seemingly high 48-point total). We suggest you do the same.