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Haven’t heard of Jack Colletto? Sit back and enjoy watching No. 12 in the Oregon State uniform. He might fly in early and help decorate this barn, maybe put up some bunting, and help the crew carry in kegs for concessions.

The 6-foot-3, 240-pound native of Camas, Wash., is billed as a senior linebacker, but he does everything. He runs with the ball, and he catches the pigskin. That isn’t even enough, however, as he returns kicks, too.

Here’s a look at the Las Vegas Bowl odds and a pick between Florida vs. Oregon State.

Florida vs. Oregon State Betting Lines: Point Spread, Total, Moneyline

Here are live odds from around the betting market for Florida vs. Oregon State at Allegiant Stadium.

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Florida Gators (6-6, 7-5 Against the Spread)

In the Gators’ past six games, an average of nearly 65 points has been scored.

On the year, foes own a points-per-play (PPP) ratio of 0.425, ranking Florida’s defense as 99th in college football. Away from home, that slips to 0.497.

And in their last game, the Gators and Florida State zipped up and down the field, accumulating 957 total yards. The Seminoles won, 45-38, but only Louisville (495) gained more yards against them all year than the Gators, who had 460.

The Gators, meanwhile, have been a super sieve on defense all season, as Tennessee (576), Georgia (555), and LSU (528) all tallied more than 500 yards against Florida’s matadors. Five others were in the 400s.

Its average yield of 418 yards puts Florida in the bottom quarter of the country.

Finally, an average of more than 60 points has been scored in Florida’s past four bowl games.

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No. 17 Oregon State Beavers (9-3, 10-2 ATS)

Las Vegas Bowl Odds & Pick: Make This Bet on Florida vs. Oregon State
Sit back and enjoy Beavers LB Jack Colletto. Check out our Las Vegas Bowl odds & pick: make this bet on Florida vs. Oregon State. (AP Photo/Mark Ylen)

After an unrewarding season at Arizona Western College, Colletto landed in Corvallis, Ore., as a quarterback. In eight games, his completion percentage was below .500, with no touchdown passes and three interceptions.

Fifth-year head coach Jonathan Smith (a former Beavers quarterback) and Colletto went into the laboratory, and what emerged is a dynamo who won this year’s Hornung Award.

The honor, given out since 2010, is named after Paul Hornung, who played both ways for the Green Bay Packers.

“I mean, shoot, how good’s football?” Colletto told The Columbian

In a season-opening 34-17 victory over Boise State, he made three tackles, recovered a fumble on defense, and scampered for a 41-yard TD on offense.

“When I’m out there, I’m just like, ‘Gosh, I’m running over here, I’m running over there. Like, wow, this is really tiring.’”

He completed both of his passes for 53 yards this season. He ran it in for six touchdowns. He caught three passes for 46 yards. He has 18 solo tackles and assisted on five others. He had an interception last season. He’s returned three kickoffs for 22 net yards over the past three seasons.

In his career, Colletto has 22 rushing touchdowns and a receiving TD.

Sharp kid, Smith told The Columbian.

“He wanted to make the move, and he’s run with it. He showed up on special teams, he’s in there at linebacker, obviously doing some things offensively, and so he’s a huge piece of this team.”

Fresno State head coach Jeff Tedford noted the intelligence required to play within a team’s offensive and defensive schemes and said, “It’s pretty impressive.”

The Beavers own a PPP margin of 0.137, a top-20 efficiency figure in the land. They have averaged nearly 36 points in their past three games.

If certain player propositions are available, maybe look at 5-8, 170-pound Beavers sophomore Anthony Gould to score a special-teams touchdown.

He has returned two punts for TDs this season, which only four others have done in the country. He is third in the nation with an average punt return of 18.3 yards.

His teammate Silas Bolden, a 5-8, 152-pound sophomore, might deserve some attention, too, since he’s 12th in FBS with an average kickoff return of 27.3 yards.

Las Vegas Bowl Sports Betting Recommendation & Pick

Oregon State has covered its past six games, so that’s a temptation. Resist it, though, at double digits. Florida’s defense is very poor, but it can take a punch and dole one out; the Florida State game is Exhibit A.

Bowl games are tricky, so as a strict rule, keep these at half-unit wagers. Injuries, motivation, opt-outs, time off, and other factors provide many moving parts. Reducing risk is the wisest tack for these games.

This one has all the ingredients for an indoor track meet, so look for plenty of points.

Our Pick: Over 52.5 (-110)

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Rob Miech

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