|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
Bet on NCAAFThe Famous Idaho Potato Bowl begins with the Ohio Bobcats competing with the Aggies when an "A-Peelin'" game comes to Boise, Idaho on December 17th. Arriving at 1st place in the MAC, the Bobcats come into play with a 9-4 record and a 6-2 record. The Bobcats average 31 PPG on offense and 22.1 points per game on defense. Winning 5 of their last six contests, Ohio has played wonderfully in the second half of the year. The Ohio Bobcats are led by former Nebraska coach and Tom Osborne protégé Frank Solich who is in his Seventh year as Ohio head coach. The Aggies come into Boise with a 7-5 record and a 5-2 record that is second in the WAC. The Utah State Aggies average 34.5 points per game on offense and 28.3 ppg on defense that is typical of the showdown nature of the WAC. Utah State has also been on a streak as lately winning their last 5 matches. 2nd year coach Gary Andersen is directing the Aggies. College Football Odds for the Idaho Potato Bowl.
Being directed by an option-loving head coach, the Ohio Bobcats are headed under center by the menacing sophomore Quarterback Tyler Tettleton (3,086 passing yards - 627 rushing yards - 63.6 completion pct - 26 passing tds / 10 int - 147.6 rating - 9 rushing touchdowns) who's as much of a menace to run as to pass. Senior RB Donte Harden (172 carries - 939 yards - 2 tds) leads the running game with seniors LaVon Brazill (64 catches - 1,042 yards - 10 tds) and Riley Dunlop (40 catches - 551 yards - 6 tds) being fave targets of Tettleton's down the field. College Football betting action on the Idaho Potato Bowl.
The Utah State Aggies are driven by freshman Qb Chuckie Keeton (1,200 yards - 60.9 completion pct - 11 td's / 2 int - 137.4 rating) with junior Quarterback Adam Kennedy (909 yards - 70.7 completion pct - 10 td's / 4 int - 180.8 rating) being a effective backup. The dual attack of junior Robert Turbin (229 carries - 1,416 yards - 19 td's) and senior Michael Smith (102 carries - 713 yards - 7 td's) guarantee that Utah State's running game is in respectable hands. Senior WR Matt Austin (34 catches - 465 yards - 6 td's) and junior Wide receiver Stanley Morrison (25 catches - 416 yards - 3 td's) head up the Aggies' wide outs.