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    College Football Bowl parlay picks for December 27th: Model and expert plays include potential 172-1 payout

    The SportsLine Projection Model and SportsLine college football analyst Eric Cohen reveal their picks and top parlays for the Camellia, First Responder, Birmingham, and Guaranteed Rate Bowls
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    College football bowl season ramps up with four games, including a notable matchup of Power-5 teams to round out a full day of action.

    The Camellia Bowl in Montgomery, AL matches a pair of 6-6 teams, the Buffalo Bulls and the Georgia Southern Eagles. Eagles quarterback Kyle Vantrease played five seasons at Buffalo before transferring prior to the 2022 season. Caesars Sportsbook has Georgia Southern as a 4.5 point favorite with the over/under at 67.

    Dallas, TX's SERVPRO First Responder Bowl hosts another pair of 6-6 Group of Five teams, the Memphis Tigers and the Utah State Aggies. Caesars lists Memphis as a 7-point favorite with the total set at 58.5.

    Sun Belt Conference runner-up, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (9-3) face the East Carolina Pirates (7-5) in the TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl. East Carolina is a 7-point favorite at Caesars and the over/under is 65.

    Finally, in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl played at the home of MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks, Chase Field, pits the Wisconsin Badgers (6-6) against the Oklahoma State Cowboys (7-5). The Badgers have been installed as a 3.5-point favorite by Caesars with the total at 45.

    Before you submit your parlays for these games, check out what the SportsLine Projection Model and SportsLine college football analyst Eric Cohen recommend for Tuesday's games.

    The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every FBS college football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a stunning profit of almost $2,500 for $100 players on its top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen HUGE returns.

    Cohen finished one game above .500 with his picks on the season, including an impressive 17-8 run over the final two weeks of the season. His SEC conference parlays generated more than 11 units of profit for bettors who followed his selections. Thus far this bowl season, he's off to a 7-5 start and has been profitable for parlay bettors following his action.

    One of the bowl picks the model is high on: Under 45 in the Guaranteed Rate Bowl between Oklahoma State and Wisconsin. Both teams are playing with backup quarterbacks after their starters, Spencer Sanders and Graham Mertz entered the transfer portal. Neither team has exceeded 23 points scored since October.

    Another prediction: Cohen is taking Georgia Southern -4.5 in the Camellia Bowl. "I love the Kyle Vantrease revenge angle against his old team. I came away quite unimpressed with Buffalo having to squeak by a bad Akron team, 23-22, to make a bowl game. In my opinion, they're absolutely one of the three worst bowl teams this postseason."

    You ABSOLUTELY need to see their bowl parlays before locking in any of your own. 

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