Washington Vs Alabama Odds - Peach Bowl Prediction
Peach Bowl Game Prediction - Washington Vs Alabama Football Odds
Venue: Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Game
When: Thu., Dec. 31, 2016 - 3pm ET / ESPN
Where: Atlanta, GA. - Georgia Dome
Who: Washington Huskies vs. Alabama Crimson Tide
Finally, the Peach Bowl is going to get its chance to host a national semifinal. For years and years, this bowl game pitted the one of the top teams in the SEC against one of the top teams in the ACC. It's not a stranger to getting Top 10 or Top 15 teams here, but this is the first time that Atlanta is going to host a game that's even bigger than the SEC Championship Game.
The Alabama Crimson Tide will be the de facto guests in this game, welcoming in the Washington Huskies to SEC Country in Atlanta. The Tide rolled to the best marks in college football at 13-0, and there's no doubting that they're the best team in the land. The road to the playoff was a lot tougher for a Washington team that went 12-1 and had to overcome the weakest non-conference schedule we've ever seen for a team to get into the playoff.
The winner of this game on New Year's Eve will take on the winner of the Clemson/Ohio State game in the CFP National Championship game held at the Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida on Monday, Jan. 9, 2017.
This year the playoff semifinals will split contenders between the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl and the Fiesta Bowl.
Peach Bowl Game Prediction - Washington Huskies Vs Alabama Crimson Tide
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Opening Line: Alabama -14.5
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Who will win the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl in 2016?
Recognized as the most competitive bowl game in college football, the Peach Bowl is the ultimate match-up of the top-ranked teams of the ACC and SEC. Like most college football bowl games, the Chick-fil-A Bowl is much more than just a football game.
The annual Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl will be played for annual bowl game on Thursday, December 31st, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. ET.
This is starting to cut into your New Year’s Eve festivities, but this game will definitely be worth it and Atlanta, Georgia will make sure that Georgia Dome is bouncing for one of the top College bowl games this year.
Over the last few years teams like LSU, Florida, Miami, Tennessee, Auburn and Clemson have all played in the Peach Bowl, Chick-fil-A Bowl.
It is possibly the only time teams from these two rival conferences will play each other, so you better get your college bowl bets in now.
Bet on this years Peach Bowl teams from the SEC and ACC take the field at the Georgia Dome in search of bragging rights and a coveted postseason title.
As far as college football bettors are concerned, the annual Peach Bowl matchup looks like a value-packed venture that gridiron gamblers will have a good chance of cashing in against, no matter whether they like backing the Favoriteor Underdog.
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One of the first things to look for when examining the college football bowl odds is the current form of the teams. Some teams are coming into the bowl game playing very well, while others are coming in flat or disappointed.
Motivation is a big key factor when it comes to looking at college football bowl betting lines, we also have to look at other things.
Schedule strength, turnovers, recent form, and overall team power ratings are things to consider as the bowl games begin. You also want to take the individual game odds into consideration.
The history of the Peach Bowl
The game began as the Peach Bowl in 1968 at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium and retained the name after a move to the Georgia Dome. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Georgia Dome is the home of the Peach Bowl year after year. The largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world, the Georgia Dome can hold two C-5 military transport planes.
The first bowl game was between LSU and Florida State with LSU winning 31-27. Attendance varied accordingly, from a little over 20,000 to nearly 60,000.
The Peach Bowl has since then moved into the Georgia Dome in 1993 from Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium has now brought much bigger crowds to the bowl games.
The Peach Bowl was first recognized officially as part of the NCAA post-season in 1968.
Since 1996, it has carried the name Peach Bowl, and as the event has grown, so have its scholarship and charitable contributions, now totally in the millions of dollars. It is held at the Georgia Dome, which is the home of the National Football League's Atlanta Falcons.
As high as a 27-story building with a roof made of fiberglass panels coated in Teflon, the Georgia Dome is holds over 71,500 sports fans, and attendance at the Peach Bowl has maxed out in recent years.
Getting Peach Bowl tickets is a goal of football fans from all over the Southeast and beyond, who perennially make it the most highly attended bowl game outside the Bowl Championship Series.
Many of football's renowned coaches and star players have participated here such as, Harris Barton, Dick Bestwick, Randy White, and Jerry Claiborne are all in the Peach Bowl Hall of Fame.
Listed below are links to each NCAA Football Bowl Game
*Note: All times Eastern
|New Mexico Bowl||Dec. 17||2 p.m.||Albuquerque, N.M.||New Mexico vs. UTSA|
|Las Vegas Bowl||Dec. 17||3:30 p.m.||Las Vegas, Nev.||Houston vs. San Diego St.|
|Camellia Bowl||Dec. 17||5:30 p.m.||Montgomery, Ala.||Appalachian St. vs. Toledo|
|Cure||Dec. 17||5:30 p.m.||Orlando, Fla.||Arkansas St. vs. UCF|
|New Orleans Bowl||Dec. 17||9 p.m.||New Orleans, La.||Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Southern Mississippi|
|Miami Beach Bowl||Dec. 19||2:30 p.m.||Miami, Fla.||Central Michigan vs. Tulsa|
|Boca Raton Bowl||Dec. 20||7 p.m.||Boca Raton, Fla.||West. Kentucky vs. Memphis|
|Poinsettia Bowl||Dec. 21||9 p.m.||San Diego, Calif.||BYU vs. Wyoming|
|Potato Bowl||Dec. 22||7 p.m.||Boise, Idaho||Colorado St. vs. Idaho|
|Bahamas Bowl||Dec. 23||1 p.m.||Nassau, Bahamas||Eastern Michigan vs. Old Dominion|
|Armed Forces Bowl||Dec. 23||4:30 p.m.||Fort Worth, Tex.||Louisiana Tech vs. Navy|
|Dollar General||Dec. 23||8 p.m.||Mobile, Ala.||Ohio vs. Troy|
|Hawaii Bowl||Dec. 24||8 p.m.||Honolulu, Hawaii||Hawaii vs. Middle Tennessee|
|St. Petersburg Bowl||Dec. 26||11 a.m.||St. Petersburg, Fla.||Miami (OH) vs. Mississippi St.|
|Quick Lane Bowl||Dec. 26||2:30 p.m.||Detroit, Mich.||Boston College vs. Maryland|
|Independence Bowl||Dec. 26||5 p.m.||Shreveport, La.||NC State vs. Vanderbilt|
|Heart of Dallas Bowl||Dec. 27||Noon||Dallas, Texas||Army vs. North Texas|
|Military Bowl||Dec. 27||3:30 p.m.||Annapolis, Md.||Temple vs. Wake Forest|
|Holiday Bowl||Dec. 27||7 p.m.||San Diego, Calif.||Minnesota vs. Wash. St.|
|Cactus Bowl||Dec. 27||10:15 p.m.||Phoenix, Ariz.||Baylor vs. Boise State|
|Pinstripe Bowl||Dec. 28||2 p.m.||New York, NY||Northwestern vs. Pittsburgh|
|Russell Athletic Bowl||Dec. 28||5:30 p.m.||Orlando, Fla.||Miami (Fla.) vs. West Virginia|
|Foster Farms Bowl||Dec. 28||8:30 p.m.||Santa Clara, Calif.||Indiana vs. Utah|
|Texas||Dec. 28||9 p.m.||Houston, Texas||Kansas St. vs. Texas A&M|
|Birmingham Bowl||Dec. 29||2 p.m.||Birmingham, Ala.||South Carolina vs. South Fla.|
|Belk Bowl||Dec. 29||5:30 p.m.||Charlotte, N.C.||Arkansas vs. Virginia Tech|
|Alamo Bowl||Dec. 29||9 p.m.||San Antonio, Texas||Colorado vs. Oklahoma St.|
|Arizona||Dec. 30||5:30 p.m.||Tucson, Ariz.||Air Force vs. South Alabama|
|Liberty Bowl||Dec. 30||Noon||Memphis, Tenn.||Georgia vs. TCU|
|Sun Bowl||Dec. 30||2 p.m.||El Paso, Texas||North Carolina vs. Stanford|
|Music City Bowl||Dec. 30||3:30 p.m.||Nashville, Tenn.||Nebraska vs. Tennessee|
|Orange Bowl||Dec. 30||8 p.m.||Miami Gardens, Fla.||Florida State vs. Michigan|
|Peach Bowl College Football Playoff Semifinal||Dec. 31||3 p.m.||Atlanta, Ga.||Alabama vs. Washington|
|Fiesta Bowl College Football Playoff Semifinal||Dec. 31||7 p.m.||Glendale, Ariz.||Clemson vs. Ohio State|
|TaxSlayer Bowl||Dec. 31||11 a.m.||Jacksonville, Fla.||Georgia Tech vs. Kentucky|
|Citrus Bowl||Dec. 31||11 a.m.||Orlando, Fla.||Louisville vs. LSU|
|Outback Bowl||Jan. 2||1 p.m.||Tampa, Fla.||Florida vs. Iowa|
|Cotton Bowl||Jan. 2||1 p.m.||Arlington, Texas||Western Mich. vs. Wisconsin|
|Rose Bowl||Jan. 2||5 p.m.||Pasadena, Calif.||Penn State vs. USC|
|Sugar Bowl||Jan. 2||8:30 p.m.||New Orleans, La.||Auburn vs. Oklahoma|
|CFP National Championship||Jan. 9||TBD||Tampa, Fla.||Peach Winner vs. Fiesta Winner|
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