College Football Teams at 2-0 Against The Spread

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Sep/13/2017

Week 3 is coming in College Football and already some bookies are getting whacked.

College Football teams that have so far gone 2-0 Against The Spread include:

Tulane

Southern Methodist

Clemson

Wake Forest

Duke

Georgia Tech

Iowa State

KSU

Oklahoma

OSU

Maryland

MSU

Purdue

Marshall

Southern Mississippi

Buffalo

Ball State

Eastern Michigan

Northern Illinois

Boise State

Fresno State

Utah

Georgia

South Carolina

Mississippi State

New Mexico State

Clemson was looking dangerous early on with a 2-0 start Straight Up as well with 14/1 odds of winning the 2018 College Football Championship game.

Georgia was at 25/1 odds of winning and also with a 2-0 Straight Up record.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Football News News

Rams-49ers Thursday Night Football Betting Line – What to Bet

Rams-49ers Thursday Night Football Betting Line – What to Bet

The Rams-49ers Thursday Night Football betting line had LA as a -2.5 favorite playing in San Francisco. 

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Atlanta

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Atlanta

You can find online bookie software catering to those in the Atlanta area by visiting PricePerPlayer.com

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Los Angeles

Where Can I Find Online Bookie Software in Los Angeles

You can find online bookie software catering to those in the Los Angeles area by visiting PricePerPlayer.com

Clemson, USC, Georgia Favorites to Win Week 4

Clemson, USC, Georgia Favorites to Win Week 4

With every top 10 team in the country pegged as double-digit favorites, this week of college football could be a bit drab.

Bettor Caps Huge Weekend Monday Night by Winning $263,000 Parlay at MGM

Bettor Caps Huge Weekend Monday Night by Winning $263,000 Parlay at MGM

The Las Vegas MGM Resorts sportsbook has confirmed that a sports bettor won a 5-team parlay that culminated with Detroit winning outright in their Monday Night Football game against the New York Giants.

Syndicate