Ohio vs. Bowling Green Odds, Line, Spread: 2022 College Football Picks, MACtion Proven Model Predictions

The Mid-American Conference East Division title could be in jeopardy when the Bowling Green Falcons take on the Ohio Bobcats on Tuesday night’s MACtion. The Bobcats (8-3, 6-1), who lead the division by a game over the Falcons (6-5, 5-2) and 1 1/2 over Buffalo (4-2 in the division), may have one Secure your place in the MAC Championship Game with a win. If the Falcons win, Bowling Green Buffalo will need to lose once in their last two games to win the East title and a title game berth. The Falcons won last year’s meeting 21-10, but the Bobcats have won five of the last six meetings.

Frank Solich Field’s kick-off at Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET. Bowling Green leads the all-time streak 41-30-2, including a 22-14-1 lead in games in Athens. The Bobcats are 7-point favorites in the latest Bowling Green vs. Ohio odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points is set at 56. Before making any Ohio vs. Bowling Green tips or MACtion predictions, you need to see what the SportsLine projection model has to say.

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Now the model has targeted Ohio vs. Bowling Green and established its MACtion picks and predictions. You can now visit SportsLine to see the model selection. Here are the Bowling Green vs. Ohio odds and college football betting lines:

  • Spread between Bowling Green and Ohio: Ohio -7
  • Bowling Green vs. Ohio Over/Under: 56 points
  • Moneyline Bowling Green vs. Ohio: Bowling Green +235, Ohio -292
  • BGSU: The Falcons are 6-1-1 against the spread against a team with a track record
  • OH: The Bobcats are 7-0 ATS overall in their last seven games
  • Bowling Green vs. Ohio picks: See picks at SportsLine

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Why Ohio can cover

The Bobcats have a pair of solid quarterbacks in redshirt junior Kurtis Rourke and redshirt sophomore CJ Harris. Rourke suffered a knee injury in last week’s win against Ball State and is listed as a doubt for Tuesday’s game. If he cannot walk, Harris is expected to get the start. In Week 12 against the Cardinals, he completed 5 of 8 passes for 34 yards. He has also carried 39 yards (4.3 average) nine times this season, including one long 20-yard rush.

Redshirt freshman running back See Bangura was impressive in his short career with the Bobcats. Last season, he carried just 12 times for 93 yards (7.8 average) and two touchdowns, followed by 150 carries for 788 yards (5.3 average) and 10 TDs in 2022. He also has 19 passes for 195 yards (10.3) caught average) and two touchdowns. In the past two weeks, Bangura has put up more than 290 combined yards and three TDs.

Why Bowling Green can cover

Still, the Bobcats aren’t a lock to cover the Bowling Green vs. Ohio spreads. That’s because the Falcons are led by senior quarterback Matt McDonald, who had monster play in last week’s win in Toledo. McDonald completed 20 of 36 passes (55.6%) for 395 yards and four touchdowns. He was intercepted once but had a rating of 178.8. For the season, McDonald completed 214 of 346 passes (61.8%) for 2,422 yards and 21 touchdowns against five interceptions for a 137.8 rating.

His primary target was senior wide receiver Odieu Hiliare, who had eight receptions for 246 yards (30.8 average) and two touchdowns against Toledo. Hiliare had two games for 100 yards or more and two more with two touchdowns. He caught four passes for 79 yards and scored two goals in a 34-31 overtime win over Marshall on September 17. For the season, he has 51 receptions for 696 yards (13.6 average) and six TDs.

How to make bowling green vs. ohio picks

SportsLine’s model tilts across the total, projecting 58 combined points. It also says that one side of the spread hits well over 60% of the time. The choice of model is only available from SportsLine.

So, who will win Ohio vs. Bowling Green? And which side of the spread applies well over 60% of the time? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread goes backwards, all from the progressive model that crushed his college football picks, and find out.

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