BREAKING NEWS: DEC 31st 8:00 AM ET
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested in San Antonio early Thursday morning after fighting at a bar and then striking a bicycle patrol officer, according to multiple reports that cite authorities.
Boykin is a senior who passed for 3,575 yards with 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions this season. The Dallas native was a second-team All-American last season.
THIS JUST IN: TCU QB Trevone Boykin was arrested for fighting and striking a patrol officer. (via multiple reports) pic.twitter.com/ZPXN8bMurk
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 31, 2015
A Closer Look At How To Bet The Oregon Ducks Vs TCU Spread
The Alamo Bowl features two programs who had the dream, talent and drive to be the featured teams in this season’s college football playoff final. It will be the fifteenth-ranked Oregon Ducks battling the eleventh-ranked TCU Horned Frogs. Instead they play in the Alamodome on Saturday, January 2nd at 6:45 PM ET.
The college football Valero Alamo Bowl betting odds favor TCU by 1-point to beat Oregon. If you are betting the moneyline straight-up, the Ducks are paying even money while the Horned Frogs are paying 100 on 120. The game total is a gargantuan 78-points.
What: Valero Alamo Bowl
Who: No. 15 Oregon Ducks (9-3) at No. 11 TCU Horned Frogs (10-2)
When: Saturday, January 2, 2016
Kickoff: 6:45 PM ET
Where: San Antonio, TX
Spread: TCU -1
Moneyline: Oregon +100 vs TCU -120
Game Total: 78
Stream: Watch ESPN
Listen: Oregon vs TCU
Bet The Oregon Ducks Line at +1 In The Alamo Bowl Because…
Nobody can stop Oregon’s offense. Now that Eastern Washington transfer QB Vernon Adams is healthy, Oregon’s offense is once again unstoppable. The Ducks won their final 6 games by outscoring their opponents. They beat Stanford 38 to 36 on the road, USC 48 to 28, and ASU 61 to 55 on the road. Oregon also beat Washington 26 to 20 showing that at times, they can play a slow it down game. With Adams at the controls, it’s going to be difficult for TCU’s defense to stop Oregon from scoring touchdowns.
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— Addicted To Quack (@AddictedToQuack) December 29, 2015
Bet The TCU Horned Frogs at -1 In The Alamo Bowl Because…
TCU’s offense can play with Oregon while the defense is slightly better than Oregon’s. The offense averages 564.3 yards and 41.7 points per game. The defense allows 396.7 yards and 26.1 points per game. TCU has the ability to run and gun with Oregon if the game turns out that way. Or, TCU could try and be more conservative on offense and hope that their defense can get a couple of stops against the Ducks.
— TCU Football (@TCUFootball) December 29, 2015
Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction
TCU’s ability to play either way, the Horned Frogs beat Texas 55 to 52 but also lost to Oklahoma 29 to 30 this season, gives them a slight advantage in this game. This should be a true pick game with TCU coming out on top via a safety, run back for a pick 6, or a 2-point conversion. Take TCU but expect it to be close.