College football’s bowl season heats up with four games on Wednesday, Dec. 27. Florida State is favored by 16.5 against Southern Miss in the Independence Bowl, Iowa is favored by 2.5 against Boston College in the Pinstripe Bowl, Arizona is favored by three against Purdue in the Foster Farms Bowl, and Missouri is a 2.5-point favorite against Texas in a primetime Texas Bowl showdown.

Before you make any bets for Wednesday’s slate, you need to see who Barrett Sallee is picking.

No one knows college football like Sallee. The CBS Sports analyst, ESPNU radio host and Heisman voter is one of CBS Sports’ top experts picking college football games against the spread this year. Entering the post-Christmas bowl season, he’s a blistering 20-10 on best bets he’s given to SportsLine.

For Championship Week, he was a perfect 3-0, going with Oklahoma (-7), Wisconsin (+6.5) and Clemson (-9) to cover. He’s followed that up with a strong 4-2 start in bowl season, including a bold upset call of MTSU (+3.5) over Arkansas State and correct calls on South Florida (-3) over Texas Tech and Army (+6.5) over San Diego State. Anybody following these picks is up huge.

For Wednesday’s packed bowl schedule, Sallee is again sharing his favorite picks over at SportsLine.

We can tell you he loves Florida State (-16.5) to win and cover a large spread against Southern Mississippi in the Independence Bowl.

Many are taking the points with Southern Miss because of a perceived lack of interest in this game from FSU. The Seminoles, accustomed to competing in top-tier bowls, fell down to a much lower rung this year after a disappointing 6-6 season. They only made it to the postseason by rescheduling a cancelled game against Louisiana-Monroe that gave them the chance to get a sixth win.

There has been plenty of off-the-field