Updated Bahamas Bowl Weather Forecast: Expect Strong Winds for Friday’s Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State Matchup

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  • The 2021-22 college football bowl season kicks of on Friday at 12 p.m. ET with Toledo taking on Middle Tennessee State in the Bahamas Bowl.
  • The Bahamas Bowl has a history of windy weather and we might see more of the same on Friday afternoon.
  • Let's take a detailed look at the latest Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State Bahamas Bowl weather forecast below.

Toledo vs. MTSU Odds

Toledo Odds -10
MTSU Odds +10
Over/Under 49.5
Date Friday, Dec. 17
Time 12 p.m. ET
TV ESPN

*Odds as of Thursday night

Well hello Bahamas Bowl, we meet again.

The 2021-22 college football bowl season officially gets underway with Friday afternoon’s Bahamas Bowl, a game that’s known for dealing out devastating beats to under bettors, including what happened here just three years ago:

The @TheBahamasBowl sat at 53 points with 49 seconds before ending at 67 points pic.twitter.com/vn6YBjIfb0

— Collin Wilson (@_Collin1) December 21, 2018

As is typically the case in Nassau this time of year, windy weather is expected at Thomas Robinson Stadium ahead of Friday’s game between Toledo and Middle Tennessee State. Despite the painful ghosts of bad beats past, bettors are once again gravitating toward the under.

Let’s examine the latest Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State weather forecast, including what it means for Bahamas Bowl bettors.

Toledo vs. MTSU Weather Forecast

What do you know? It’s going to be windy in Nassau for Friday’s Bahamas Bowl.

According to RotoGrinders Meteorologist Kevin Roth, breezes easily into double-digits will affect Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State Friday afternoon:

“We’ll see a typical breezy day in Nassau, with 15-20 mph sustained winds with stronger gusts impacting deeper throws and long field-goal attempts.”

The college football betting market has taken note as well, evidenced by the Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State over/under dropping from 53.5 to 49.5 (click here for the latest Bahamas Bowl odds) at BetMGM.

And don’t be surprised to see this total tumble even further as more bettors become aware of the latest Toledo vs. Middle Tennessee State Bahamas Bowl weather forecast.

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