Cotton Bowl point
spread and line: Missouri vs. Arkansas
The Cotton Bowl game betting
preview, including the point spread and line on the Missouri vs.
Year day will be full of excitement for all fans of college
football. We continue our betting previews of the college bowl
games with the Cotton Bowl, which will take place on January 1st
and will match up the Missouri Tigers (11-2) against the
Arkansas Razorbacks (8-4). Both teams will go on the
field with strong offensive games, Missouri's offense ranks 12th
and Arkansas 14th in the NCAA, thus an action-packed game is
expected. At the online betting firm
Bookmaker, the point spread
on the Cotton Bowl game Missouri vs. Arkansas is sitting at
-3 points chalk the Tigers and the total is posted at 70 points.
Missouri is also the odds favorite with betting line +155 and
the Razorbacks line is +135.
Injuries so far in the Arkansas camp
include wide receiver Crosby Tuck and tight end Ben Cleveland,
both out for the season, and the Razorbacks defensive end
Malcolm Sheppard is currently questionable for the Cotton Bowl
game. In Missouri safety Cornelius Brown is out for the season
and wide receiver Danario Alexander has been posted as doubtful.
Probable for the Cotton Bowl game against Arkansas is tight end
Chase Coffman, who is nursing an ankle injury. When betting on
the Cotton Bowl, keep in mind that Arkansas is 5-1 against the
spread in its last 6 games and Missouri is 6-3 against the
spread in its last 9 games.