Celebration Bowl Betting: Jackson State Vs. South Carolina State

  • There is a 10-point spread in favor of Jackson State in the Celebration Bowl.
  • The total points for the game is set at 43.

ATLANTA – The 2021 Cricket Celebration Bowl is set and the Jackson State Tigers will go up against the South Carolina State Bulldogs. Going into the game, it is Jackson State that is being seen as the heavy favorites.

Jackson State Vs. South Carolina State

  • Moneyline: Jackson State (-380) vs. South Carolina State (+310)
  • Spread: Jackson State -10
  • Total: 43 Points

Jackson State is favored on online betting sites after coming off of their best season in the history of their football program having gone 11-1. They are going into the Celebration Bowl in the middle of a nine-game winning streak and are certainly in good shape to push it to ten.

They have what seems to be a cakewalk matchup against a South Carolina State team that barely made a bowl game after going 6-5 this season. They were able to squeeze in their sixth win of the season in their last regular-season game with a 31-21 win over Norfolk State.

Can Jackson State Close Out ATS?

Looking at the CFB odds on the spread, the line originally opened up with Jackson State favored by 12 points and has since shifted down to 10 points.

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Jackson State has done an incredible 9-2 job against the spread this season and have covered in three of their last four games as well.

Looking at the Bulldogs, they have gone a below-average 4-7 ATS this season, but have been on a steep decline going 1-4 in their last five games.

The Tigers defense is also expected to play a huge role in them covering the spread as they are only allowed 13.5 ppg this season while they are averaging 29 ppg themselves.

Public betting splits have also leaned heavily on Jackson State to cover as the Tigers are taking in 64% of the total bets.