Six Bowl Games to Feast On Today – December 16


It’s finally here! Six college football bowl games kickoff the greatest time of year. It all starts early at 11:00 a.m. with the Myrtle Beach Bowl in Conway, S.C. Georgia Southern (6-6) will take on Ohio (9-3). Our day full of bowl games ends with the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl, which kicks off at 9:15 p.m. in Shreveport, La. Cal faces Texas Tech in a matchup of 6-6 teams.

Six Bowl Games to Feast On Today - December 16
The Myrtle Beach Bowl kicks off bowl season

There are 42 bowl games this season. They begin today and conclude on New Year’s Day. This year’s bowl games include the College Football Playoff semfinal games. The Rose Bowl pits top-seeded Michigan against No. 4 Alabama. The Sugar Bowl has No. 2 Washington playing No. 3 Texas. The winners of those two bowl games play in the CFP national championship on Jan. 9.

Sports Hub Gets Your Ready for Bowl Games

With so many bowl games, it can be difficult to figure out which ones to bet on and how to bet them. With 42 bowl games, that means there are 84 teams involved. Most CFB bettors will not know a lot about many of the teams competing in bowl games. That’s where SportsHub comes in.

Our expert handicappers have put together a bowl preview for you and offer you some of the best picks from all of the bowl games. You can access our expert college football bowl game picks at any time during the bowl season. The other easy thing you can do is check the Sports Hub picks database. You can check it anytime, but if you like certain bowl games be sure to check the database the day of the game for picks from our experts. Here’s why.

Sports Hub Insider Ready to Take on Bowl Games

The Sports Hub Insider is just one of many SportsHub expert handicappers that consistently wins. The Insider was the top capper on our leaderboard yesterday. Over the last two weeks, the Insider has won nearly 58 percent of his picks and accumulated almost $1000 in winnings. If we go back even further, we’ll find that the Sports Hub Insider is our No. 1-ranked capper over the last 30 days. 

Six Bowl Games to Feast On Today - December 16
Sports Hub cappers are ready for bowl season

Yesterday’s entire top-5 was made up of Sports Hub experts, many of whom can be found on multiple leaderboards here at Sports Hub. Many of these handicappers already have picks for some of the bowl games. The Insider has a pick for one of today’s bowl games. You’ll have to visit the members’ area and check it out.

Here’s how our guys did yesterday.

Six Bowl Games to Feast On Today - December 16
Yesterday’s Top 5
  • The Insider: With tons of inside information, the Insider is able to outperform the competition on a consistent basis. Yesterday, he went 4-0 and won $483. He hit on the Sabres to beat the Knights in Vegas as +183 underdogs! That gives the Insider a 60.7 percent winning percentage and winnings of $2310 over the last 30 days. 
  • Sean loves hockey: Sean Kuchman is a relatively newer Sports Hub expert and he’s loving hockey right now. Nine of his 10 picks yesterday were NHL picks. He went 7-3 overall and earned $370.
  • Logan and CBB: Logan Wilson is another consistent Sports Hub expert. Yesterday, Logan went 2-0 and won $200. Both of his picks were on college basketball games. All but one of his picks since Dec. 8 has been on college basketball. Logan does have a pick for one of the NFL games today.
  • Al loves hockey too: Al Grant is our No. 1-ranked hockey capper, but he didn’t have any NHL picks yesterday. He did go 3-1 and win $191 though. He’s up almost $1000 over the last 30 days and Al does have a pick for one of the college football bowl games today. Check the database to find out which one.
  • No relation to Mike Hunt: Mike Hawk is another relatively newer SportsHub expert. He displayed his skills yesterday, going 4-2 and winning $180. Over the last three days, Mike has gone 9-5 and has earned $375. Another consistent winner here at Sports Hub. 

Before you bet on any of the bowl games this year, be sure to visit the Sports Hub picks database. Remember, you can sort the leaderboard to find out which handicappers are really killing it in college football. I just checked it. Our friends at and Sports Hub experts Ross Walker, the Sports Hub Insider, and Coach Rick are the top-4.

One Streak Ends, Another Continues

Friday’s NBA would have been a great time to make some great first half bets. You didn’t want to make those bets on the Detroit Pistons, though. Their misery continues. San Antonio, on the other hand, finally has a reason to smile.

Here’s what is trending today.

  • Spurs end streak: San Antonio got 36 points from Devin Vassell and a double-double from rookie Victor Wembenyana in a 129-115 win over the Lakers last night. It was the Spurs first win since Nov. 2 and it ends an 18-game losing streak. That’s something to smile about. You’d also be smiling if you followed the six Sports Hub cappers that picked the Spurs.
  • Pistons lose again: While the Spurs got a win, the Pistons chalked up another loss. This one was significant because it set a franchise record – 22 straight. Not only did Detroit get beat, they got spanked by the Philadelphia 76ers 124-92. To make matters worse, the Pistons have to play at Milwaukee tonight.
  • Bowl games: Bowl season kicks off today with six of the 42 bowl games. It’s a great time of year when you can watch a college football game pretty much every day from now until Jan. 1.
  • Saturday NFL: It is definitely a great time of year because not only do we get college football bowl games, but we also get some Saturday NFL action. We’ll tell you who’s playing in our next section when we look at the day’s schedule. Get ready for the action with our Week 15 NFL picks page.

Bowl Games and NFL Head Up Today’s Schedule

It is a full football Saturday with six college football bowl games and three NFL games on the schedule. It’s Saturday, so there is a full slate of NHL games as well as an almost full schedule of NBA games. Don’t forget the top international soccer leagues and we’ve got a ginormous betting board. Let Sports Hub help you sort out some value.

Here’s a look at the schedule.

  1. Six bowl games are on the schedule today: It starts with the Myrtle Beach Bowl and ends with the Independence Bowl. Here’s today’s schedule of bowl games.
    1. Myrtle Beach Bowl: Georgia Southern vs. Ohio
    2. Celebration Bowl: Howard vs. Florida A&M
    3. Cure Bowl: Miami (OH) vs. Appalachian State
    4. New Mexico Bowl: New Mexico State vs. Fresno State
    5. LA Bowl: UCLA vs. Boise State
    6. Independence Bowl: Cal vs. Texas Tech
  2. Huge NHL Saturday: There are 13 games on the NHL schedule today. There are already a dozen or so NHL picks in the Sports Hub database. Check throughout the day as there will be many more.
  1. 10-piece NBA nugget: There are 10 NBA games today too. There’s an NBATV doubleheader featuring Atlanta at Cleveland and Utah at Sacramento.
  2. International soccer: There are multiple matches in the world’s best soccer leagues – English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, and Italian Serie A.
  3. PGA Tour: Round 3 of the PGA Tour Q-School is underway. There was a three-way tie for first before the third round started this morning.
  4. UFC Fight Night: UFC 296 is tonight. The feature bout is a welterweight title fight between Leon Edwards and Colby Covington. Get everything you need to prepare for tonight’s fight on our UFC 296 predictions page.
  5. NCAA men’s basketball: It’s Saturday so there are a ton of games on the college basketball schedule. There’s a huge matchup in Indianapolis as No. 1 Arizona takes on No. 3 Purdue. Later on in Atlanta, No. 9 North Carolina faces No. 14 Kentucky.

It’s a big day in sports! With all the bowl games, the NFL and the rest of the sports schedules, it’s almost overwhelming. Slow down, take a deep breath and let Sports Hub help you. Use the resources I’ve presented to you in today’s Daily Report and don’t forget to check the members’ area throughout the day for winning picks from our expert handicappers. Have a great day and come back tomorrow for more!