Michelle Janetis ♥ Miss January

As far as great college football rivalries go, the Pittsburgh Panthers (5-3 SU, 4-2-2 ATS) versus the Cincinnati Bearcats (3-5 SU, 3-5 ATS) doesn’t have nearly the longevity of some other great college gridiron pairings.

Nevertheless, BetUS college football betting enthusiasts should know that the Panthers and Bearcats have formed a very competitive and highly entertaining union whenever they meet.

The two Big East schools will square off on December 4 in Cincinnati and college football fans everywhere should hope that their upcoming matchup turns out to be close to the affair the two schools put on last season when the Bearcats squeaked past the Panthers 45-44 to remain unbeaten until their Bowl game loss to Florida.

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In five all-time meetings since 2005, the Panthers are 3-2 SU and ATS against the Bearcats having won each of the first three matchups before dropping two straight. The Over has played out in four of the five games.

The Panthers however, are just 36-27 in five-plus seasons under Dave Wannstedt and have posted just one double digit win season, going 10-3 last season.

The Bearcats are floundering along at 3-5 in Butch Jones’ first season since replacing the departed Brian Kelly. Jones compiled a solid 27-13 mark in three seasons as the head coach at central Michigan but failed to win a bowl game during his tenure.

Cincinnati has lost two consecutive games heading into Week 10 while failing to cover the NCAAF betting line each time out while the Panthers have won three straight while cashing in each time out.

It’s only been five years and five games, but the Cincinnati Bearcats and Pittsburgh Panthers have combined to stage one of the best college football rivalries in the game today.

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Biographic Data Points

A professed animal lover, Michelle has taken the time to work with and donate to notable charities like PETA and the Humane Society, so if you have a soft spot for her then you'll have to have one for the animals she loves so much as well. While she spent her formative years abroad, Michelle now calls Miami, Florida her home. She lives there with her dog, Bailey, and two cats named Smokey and Kojak.

This classic blonde has gorgeously piercing brown eyes and a warm smile that is sure to make you lose your breath (and your mind as well). She may be an only child, but that doesn't mean you have to shower her with attention. Michelle spends her time designing lingerie when she's not playing with her animals.

On top of that, Michelle is a trained equestrian and she loves to ride more than anything else. Frankly, there's nothing we'd rather do with our day with Michelle as well.