Vegas Odds On Cotton Bowl 2014
The Cotton Bowl is one of the most storied football stadiums in the entire United States. Opened in 1929, there was no bigger football game, professional or college, played in the Cotton Bowl stadium every year than the NCAA Division I college football Cotton Bowl Classic. The game got so big it was moved to the Cowboys Stadium in January 2010, and still carries the Cotton Bowl Classic name. The Vegas Odds On Cotton Bowl Classic opponents each year are closely watched by diehard college football fans and savvy sports bettors, and the game generally pits the second choice team from the Big 12 conference versus the third or fourth choice team of the SEC. Because those two Division I conferences are strong year in and year out, the Cotton Bowl Classic annually is a great game to watch, and always provides some great w allagering value for the smart college football bettor.
About the Cotton Bowl
Moving from the original Cotton Bowl Stadium only happened because Cowboys Stadium was a newer venue with more seating capacity, and in 2009 the game set a Cotton Bowl Classic attendance record of 88,175. College football fans are extremely dedicated, express undying loyalty for their teams, and since the two teams that head to the Cotton Bowl Classic every year just missed out on one of the 5 BCS Bowl Championship Games, their players are ticked off and out for blood.
Played since 1937, the University of Texas has the most appearances with 22. But in all those games the Longhorns are barely above .500, having composed an 11 - 10 - 1 record. Those 11 wins are a Cotton Bowl Classic record, and the next closest team in overall wins is Notre Dame, who has managed 5 victories in their 7 appearances. The University of Arkansas Razorbacks and Texas A&M Aggies each have 12 appearances lifetime, and 4 wins apiece. Alabama, Tennessee, LSU and Rice have all managed 3 victories each.
From 2008 to 2012, the Cotton Bowl Classic victor won by 13 or more points, and although Texas leads all NCAA Division I schools in appearances and wins, their last appearance was way back in 2003 when they beat the LSU Tigers 35 - 20 for their 11th win. In recent years the SEC has been on a victorious tear, winning eight of the nine games played from 2004 to 2012. Is this the year that the Big 12 returns to its former Cotton Bowl Classic glory?
From 2007 to 2012, the annual Cotton Bowl Classic game has seen a minimum of 28 points scored by both teams, and a maximum of 81 points. This high-scoring affair generally means the difference between finishing in the Top 5 in the nation or somewhere in the Top 10 to 15 ranking area, as well as bestowing important bragging rights on the college that wins. One of the oldest college football bowl games, and steeped in tradition, the Cotton Bowl Classic annually gets the best effort from the two teams on the field, and it's a sure bet that this year's SEC and Big 12 participants will be no different.
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