Cincinnati vs. Florida Sugar Bowl Line

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/06/2009
Cincinnati vs. Florida Sugar Bowl Line

The Cincinnati vs. Florida Sugar Bowl line opened at Florida Gators -10 ½, by far the most lopsided of all Bowl Game lines posted thus far.

Bookmaker.com had begun posting odds on the upcoming College Bowl games including the Sugar Bowl line immediately following Sunday night's Selection show.

The Gators lost to Alabama on Saturday and therefore lost out on a chance to play in the BCS Championship game. 

Tim Tebow will play his final game for Florida against Big East champion Cincinnati (No. 3 BCS, No. 4 AP).

The Gators last played in the Sugar Bowl in 2001, when they lost to Miami.

The unbeaten Bearcats (12-0) are making their second straight BCS appearance and will be playing in the Sugar Bowl for the first time.

The Bearcats finished third in the BCS standings ahead of unbeaten TCU, meaning Cincinnati likely would have played Alabama had Nebraska hung on.

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Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com 

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