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repost bttn suprsd Little Caesars Bowl Predictions: Western Kentucky Primed to Win First FBS Bowl

The college football bowl season is here and although this game will not get the same hype as the National Championship game, it is well worth the watch.

Check out the Bookie Blitz Bowl Game Central for a comprehensive list of picks and predictions on all bowl games this season!

The bowl season started off with a bang, as the Gildan New Mexico Bowl between Nevada and Arizona went down to the wire. This game had the potential to be another great game on the early season bowl schedule.

The latest college football odds have the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers listed as a 5.5 point favorite.

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Western Kentucky will face off against the Central Michigan Chippewas at Ford Field in Detroit. These two teams may not be household names in college football but they do have their share of top talent.

The Chippewas feature superstar junior running back Zurlon Tipton who is a regular in the end zone. Tipton logged 19 touchdowns on the season while piling up 1,391 yards on the year. Tipton averages six yards per carry and is the main threat on offense for this team.

Senior Ryan Radcliff is under center for the Chippewas and his main target is wide receiver Titus Davis. Davis hauled in eight of Radcliff’s 20 touchdowns on the season. This offense is a good test for a Hilltoppers team looking to make a splash during the bowl season.

The Hilltoppers finished fifth in the Sun Belt Conference and will be playing in their first FBS bowl game. They may be new to the bowl game scene, but it would be a mistake to write off this team. They are a senior laden bunch with 19 players participating in their final game.

The Hilltoppers defeated a very gifted Arkansas State team and possess the best defense in the conference. That defense was best in the conference in yards allowed per game with 342.8. The leader of that defense is Quanterus Smith, a sack master who registered 12.5 on the season. The defense is impressive for Western Kentucky, but they also have a play maker on offense.

Multi-purpose back Antonio Andrews is the total package. Andrews posted 1,609 yards on the ground averaging 5.8 yards per carry. Andrews is the main focus on offense and is also a contributor on special teams. Andrews averages 248.1 all-purpose yards for the season and he will get the football early and often in this bowl game.

Check out the Bookie Blitz Bowl Game Central for a comprehensive list of picks and predictions on all bowl games this season!

The Chippewas have been a disaster for football betting backers. The Chippewas are 1-6 against the spread (ATS) in their last seven non-conference games, 1-10 ATS against a team with a winning record and 8-20 ATS in their last 28 games on turf.

The Hilltoppers are 11-2 ATS in their last 13 games following a win and 21-7 ATS in their last 28 games overall.

Defense wins ballgames and the senior led Hilltoppers will go all out to secure their first FBS bowl victory.

 Little Caesars Bowl Predictions: Western Kentucky 27 Central Michigan 17

Football Picks: (Western Kentucky -5.5)

 Little Caesars Bowl Predictions: Western Kentucky Primed to Win First FBS Bowl

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More College Football Bowl Games and Predictions

December 15th

Gildan New Mexico Bowl Predictions: Nevada vs. Arizona

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Toledo vs Utah State

December 20th

Poinsettia Bowl: BYU vs San Diego State

December 21st

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl: Ball State vs UCF

December 22nd

New Orleans Bowl: East Carolina vs  LA Lafayette

MAACO Bowl: Washington vs Boise State

December 24th

Hawaii Bowl: Fresno State vs SMU

December 26th

Little Caesars Bowl: Western Kentucky vs Central Michigan

 December 27th

Military Bowl: San Jose State vs Bowling Green

 Belk Bowl: Cincinnati vs Duke

Holiday Bowl: Baylor vs UCLA

December 28th

Independence Bowl: Ohio vs LA. Monroe

Russell Athletic Bowl: Virginia Tech vs Rutgers

Meineke Car Care Bowl: Minnesota vs Texas Tech

December 29th

Armed Forces Bowl: Air Force vs Rice

Fight Hunger Bowl: Navy vs Arizona State

Pinstripe Bowl: West Virgina vs Syracuse

Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl: TCU vs Michigan State

Alamo Bowl: Texas vs Oregon State

December 31st

Chick-fil-A Bowl: LSU vs Clemson

Music City Bowl: North Carolina State vs Vanderbilt

Sun Bowl: USC vs Georgia Tech

Liberty Bowl: Iowa State vs Tulsa

January 1

Gator Bowl: Northwestern vs Mississippi State

Capital One Bowl: Nebraska vs Georgia

Heart of Dallas Bowl: Purdue vs Oklahoma State

Outback Bowl: Michigan vs South Carolina

Rose Bowl: Wisconsin vs Stanford

Orange Bowl: Northern Illinois vs Florida State

January 3

Fiesta Bowl: Kansas State Wildcats vs Oregon Ducks

January 4

Cotton Bowl: Texas A&M vs Oklahoma

January 5

Compass Bowl: Pittsburgh vs Mississippi

January 6

GoDaddy.com Bowl: Arkansas State vs Kent State

January 7

BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Notre Dame vs Alabama