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Houston vs. Florida State Sportsbook Handicapping Preview

New Year’s Eve bowls are here and it is time to break down the against the spread predictions information on the game between Houston vs. Florida State in the Peach Bowl. The live betting line on this game is Florida State -7 and -101 with a total of 55.5. It opened at -6.5 and 54.5. The public is notorious for loving to bet favorites, however the Seminoles minus the number are getting a mere 52 percent of the bets. However they public is in love with the over by an 80-20 margin. The Cougars have gotten 61 percent of money line bets. Get Michigan State vs. Alabama betting preview below. 

There is a reason by the best sports handicappers got that way. It’s utilizing the best professional gambler methods. Commencing with running the ball, the better team in terms of yards per rush is FSU by .3. The key numbers say the better big play team insofar as passing yards per completion is concerned is Houston by .4. Squares are oblivious to and sharps impose on the bookmakers yards per point. Offensively the more effectual unit is Florida State by .4.

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Now to the same numbers on defense. Yards per rush gives Houston a big edge by .6. Passing yards per completion consequences make the superior defense FSU by 3.5. The more disruptive defense in terms of yards per point is Florida State by 2.2. Insofar as turnover ratio is concerned the better team statistically speaking is Houston by 13.

Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.

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