If you are residing in Columbus, Ohio either as a resident or while attending college at the University of Ohio, you are bound to run into the local bookie.
College Football betting, Latest NCAA Football odds
Another of the more heavily bet on games of the weekend, UCLA vs. BYU (Brigham Young University) Week 3 College Football betting odds opened up with BYU as the -9 favorite.
Gambling911.com is taking a look at the Penn State vs. Syracuse betting odds and the Wisconsin vs. Fresno betting odds. Both games have substantial action heading into Saturday.
Tony George has released his 2008 Week 3 College Football pick for all you Gambling911.com diehards out there.
It's Arizona -10
The Wildcats lie in wait in the PAC 10 this year and are very underrated, as Mike Stoops as head coach may live up to his potential this year. Solid offense and solid defense, and the balance on offense has been awesome to date. They take a small step up in class against New Mexico, but not much.
California vs. Maryland is a noon time game that was getting plenty of action heading into Saturday morning with most of the bets coming in on California.
The Oregon Ducks vs. Purdue Boilermakers was one of the most bet on college football games heading into Saturday. With that in mind, odds have shifted dramatically for this matchup.
Having opened up at 6 ½ at most online sports books, the line has since moved all the way up to Oregon -8 ½ at betED.com. This was actually the only online sports book where we could find Oregon with this high a line.
2008 College Football Week 3 betting odds have plenty of surprises.
The biggest line moves seem to be coming from the following games:
Duke opened as a pick against Navy and this one has moved up to Duke -2 at Sportsbook.com. Action was rather balanced with the line of -2.
While USC and its very heavy favorite status continued to attract sports bettors, Georgia vs. South Carolina - a 3:30 pm EST affair, was getting the most action as of Friday night.
BetUS.com had the Georgia Bulldogs at -7 on the road against the South Carolina Gamecocks. Half the online sports books have this one at -7 while the other half has the line set at -7 ½. The -7 line is the lowest this one has gone since opening at -8.
There were plenty of bets coming in on the Michigan Wolverines vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The odds have literally been all over the map with this game.
USC is the most bet on of the college football teams coming into this weekend. Despite having odds of -11 (up from -9 ½), betting on Southern California is still occurring at an 80 percent or higher clip and the online bookmakers at establishments like SBG Global will witness a huge loss on this game if it goes in USC's favor.
The Washington State Cougars vs. Baylor Bears betting odds were drawing throngs of gamblers on Saturday.
The odds may favor the South Florida Bulls by -3 ½, but it’s the Kansas Jayhawks getting all the money.
With the North Carolina vs. Rutgers betting odds we find a line of Rutgers -5 to -5 ½ across the board with more online bookmakers offering the -5 ½ line, which is where this game opened.
The 2008-2009 Football season is off to a rough start...for bettors and sports handicappers alike.
Carrie Stroup here for Gambling911.com and I have The 2008 Week College Football betting odds on some of the most important games and those experiencing the most action include:
Here is our Texas Tech vs. Nevada prediction for Week 2 of the College Football season: A Texas Tech win will result in a bookie bloodbath!
At some online sports books Saturday morning, Michigan was the most bet on team. Georgia Tech led the way across the board, however, closely followed by West Virginia.
Georgia Tech vs. Boston College is perhaps the most bet on game of the day. The action is slightly favoring Georgia Tech on the spread, but not by much. 70 percent are on the +6 ½ underdog at Sportsbook.com.
Ball State managed to beat Navy decisively against the spread 35-23.
West Virginia had become the most bet on College Football team heading into Saturday morning. The matchup - West Virginia vs. East Carolina - featured a line of -7 ½ on the visiting Mountaineers.
Another big Week Two College Football team pick among sports bettors is South Carolina at -10.
Texas Tech vs. Nevada 2008 Week 2 College Football Odds has the attention of the crack crew here at Gambling911.com as the betting public is all over Texas Tech.
Which college football teams had the best odds to win the 2009 BCS? The below betting odds were available heading into Week 1 of the 2008/2009 college football season.
Teams are listed in alphabetic order and all odds were courtesy of Super Book offering a 10 percent cash signup bonus when you join and start betting on college football today.
USC was the early +350 favorite.
Carrie Stroup here excited to kick off the new college football betting season and I'm thrilled to bring you the 2008 Week 1 College Football betting odds along with the betting trends for key game
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The Auburn Tigers have terrific odds of winning both the 2008 SEC Conference title and the 2009 BCS Championship.
LSU Tigers 2008 Odds - LSU Odds to Win 2009 BCS Championship
Ranked number 6 in the USA Today Coaches Poll, the LSU Tigers odds to win the 2009 BCS Championship don't necessarily reflect this honor. After all, the Florida Gators were only ranked one ahead of LSU and sat with odds of +650. The Missouri Tigers were ranked next after LUS with odds of +1500 to win the 2009 BCS Championship.
Carrie Stroup here reporting for Gambling911.com - the gambling news and odds authority and I have some great news to report for all you Georgia Bulldogs fans out there including the latest odds fo
Odds to win the 2008 NCAA Pacific 10 Conference has Southern California as the easy -300 favorite, which means that every other team would offer a fantastic payout including the next shortest odds
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