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Bowl Games Odds, NHL Winter's Classic Top Scores and Odds News
Jan 1st, 2010

Several of the best college football handicappers are hotter than Jennifer Lopez New Year’s outfit. So it’s a Happy New Year 2010 for sports bettors, though frankly it was a sensational old year.

There are certain New Year’s Day traditions. The Rose Bowl Parade, Mummers Parade in Philadelphia, and GodsTips hitting about 65 percent of bowl selections going back to the scorephone days.

Courtesy of Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: Ohio State battles Oregon in the Rose Bowl, Florida meets Cincinnati in the Sugar Bowl, and Fenway hosts an NHL matchup, the Winter Classic.

Colliding on the gridiron . . .

The first day of the year offers up five bowl games, including No. 8 Ohio State vs. No. 7 Oregon in the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes (10-2 SU, 8-4 ATS) topped Michigan 21-10 in their last game of the regular season, and starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor is expected to play through his knee injury. The Ducks (10-2 SU, 7-5 ATS) knocked off rival Oregon State 37-33 in their last game to clinch the Pac-10 title, with LeGarrette Blount rushing for 51 yards and a score on nine carries. Oregon is a 4-point fave for Friday’s contest, with the total at 50.5 points.

The other four New Year’s Day bowl games: Northwestern vs. Auburn in the Outback Bowl, No. 18 West Virginia vs. Florida State in the Gator Bowl, No. 11 Penn State vs. No. 13 LSU in the Capital One Bowl, and No. 5 Florida vs. No. 4 Cincinnati in the Sugar Bowl. Urban Meyer will coach the Gators (12-1 SU, 5-6-1 ATS) in the Sugar Bowl despite the leave of absence he announced last week. Interim coach Jeff Quinn will guide the Bearcats (12-0 SU, 6-5 ATS), with Brian Kelly having taken the coaching job at Notre Dame. Florida is a 13-point favorite.


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Tipping off on the hardwood . . .

New Year’s Day has three games on tap around the NBA, with New York at Atlanta, Orlando at Minnesota, and Sacramento at the Lakers. The Kings played host to Los Angeles on December 26, and they came up on the wrong end of a 112-103 double-overtime decision. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers’ attack with a game-high 38 points in that contest, while Pau Gasol had 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Lamar Odom had 13 points and 15 boards. Beno Udrih had a team-high 23 points in that defeat for the Kings, and Tyreke Evans had 18 points.

As well, there are three games involving ranked teams on the college hardwood on Friday, with McNeese State at No. 20 Texas Tech, Dayton at No. 19 New Mexico, and No. 6 West Virginia at No. 4 Purdue. The Mountaineers slipped past Marquette 63-62 in their last game on Tuesday night, with Devin Ebanks tossing in 19 points in the win and Da’Sean Butler providing the game-winning jumper. The Boilermakers beat Iowa 67-56 on Tuesday, as E’Twaun Moore had 21 points.

Taking a trip around the rink . . .

Finally, there are just two games on the National Hockey League schedule for Friday, with Atlanta at Buffalo and Philadelphia at Boston. The Flyers and Bruins will be participating in the league’s annual Winter Classic event, with this year’s game being played at Boston’s Fenway Park. The two teams last met back on December 14 indoors at TD Garden, with Philadelphia rolling to a 3-1 road victory. Kimmo Timmonen scored twice for the Flyers in that contest, and James van Riemsdyk had the other Philly goal. Vladimir Sobotka had the Bruins’ marker.

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