2017 Sun Bowl Betting Odds - NC State vs. ASU Latest Line

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Dec/28/2017

You gotta give Arizona State University a slight home field advantage here in Friday's Sun Bowl.  Tucson to El Paso is just four hours by car, Phoenix around 6 hours.  Fans of North Carolina State will need to fly to get to this one.  NC State vs. ASU features a line of Wolfpack -6.5 whereas it should be closer to -3.5

North Carolina State quarterback Ryan Finley has had an impeccable season and is projected to be among the top quarterbacks taken in 2018 NFL Draft, according to ESPN.com.

Finley passed for 235 yards and three touchdowns in the Wolfpack's 41-17 victory over Vanderbilt in the Independence Bowl last season.
"I'm excited about the opportunity either way, to leave for the NFL or to come back," Finley told the Raleigh News & Observer last week.
"To finish my senior year, I heard somebody say it's a champagne problem. So I'm excited about the opportunity I have."

Todd Graham will coach his last game with the Sun Devils after being fired but has  chose to remain and coach this Sun Bowl game.

The Sun Devils are 2-9 Against The Sprread in their last 11 games on turf (they play at home on grass).

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

 

 

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