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College Football betting, Latest NCAA Football odds
Say what? Unranked Texas Christian University not only beat Brigham Young University Thursday night, they pummeled them.
Now it's time to start thinking TCU and the 2009 BCS Championship. The payout: A cool $2500 for every $100 bet at Sportsbook.com. TCU is offered under the "field" category.
Lets forget for a moment I laid the wood with Oklahoma and Missouri last week. There was a moment of clarity last week for me and millions of Big 12 fans.
The Missouri Tigers vs. Texas Longhorns college football odds opened at Texas -6 ½ and has hovered between -5 and -5 ½.
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Don't look now but the Alabama Crimson Tide are ranked number two in the nation and appear to be one of the most solid teams in College Football. Yet one can still get the Crimson Tide at +350 odds to win the 2009 BCS Championship for a payout of $350 with every $100 bet (see BetOnline.com for odds).
Carrie Stroup here with your College Football Week 8 rankings (2008), which also takes a look at the odds for those teams ranked in the top 10 to win the 2009 BCS Championship.
Vanderbilt vs. Mississippi State was one of the most bet on games of the weekend in College Football. Betting odds opened at a pick and have moved up to Vanderbilt -2 ½ as the road favorite.
Notre Dame vs. North Carolina odds opened at -7 across the board in favor of North Carolina and the line has climbed all the way to -9 by press time Friday night.
South Carolina vs. Kentucky opened at most places as a pick (even odds).
Across the board, LSU vs. Florida betting odds opened around -6 in favor of Florida and they haven't moved beyond a half point (some books had Florida -6 ½). Sportsbook.com has maintained the line at -6 as of Friday afternoon.
Without a doubt, number one ranked Oklahoma vs. number five ranked Texas was the most bet on game of the College Football Weekend.
Carrie Stroup here with your College Football Week 7 rankings (2008)
Ohio State vs. Wisconsin betting odds opened at -2 ½ in favor of the road team Buckeyes. 87 percent of the betting action was going Ohio State's way here.
Our only College Football free pick this week is on Missouri vs. Nebraska. 94 percent of the early action was going Missouri's way.
Gambling911.com actually sees an overlay of about 10 points in this game based on the Sagarin Ratings, which has Missouri and Nebraska about equal on a neutral field. Nebraska, in fact, does have an edge in yards allowed, time of possession, punting and fumbles.
Some monitoring of the College Football Week 6 betting odds show that there were a few games going ballistic on the boards in terms of line movements while others essentially stayed still.
Steven Merrill of SportsAudioShows.com asks the million dollar question: Is Vanderbilt for real?
Tony George, Special Contributor to Gambling911.com, offers his College Football free picks for Week 6 including three Big 12 big bets.
The line on the Oregon State Beavers vs. Utah Utes opened at Utah -10 at some books but has hovered between -11 and -12 since.
There is something that really stands out when we look at the South Florida vs. Pittsburgh college football betting odds. It's the idea that a 5-0 South Florida team stands to go 1-4 ATS.
Texas Tech vs. Kansas State betting odds opened at Texas Tech -7. That away favorite has been hovering between that number and -7 ½.
What a difference a week makes.
The hottest most bet on College Football games for Week 5 outside of USC vs. Oregon, which witnessed a shocking upset by those Beavers, were as follows:
Purdue vs. Notre Dame College Football betting odds opened at Notre Dame -3 and has dropped to between -1 ½ and -1 across the board now.
The Wisconsin Badgers vs. Michigan Wolverines betting odds opened at Michigan +5 and has moved up to +6 ½ at some online sports books.
The Connecticut Huskies vs.
Auburn is a -6 to -7 favorite vs. Tennessee this coming Saturday. The game is getting the most betting action for the weekend slate early on.
The USC vs. Oregon State game is one of the most bet on events of the week as this will be a Thursday night game.
Gambling911.com has released its 2008 College Football rankings which is the only list that takes into account the odds to win the 2009 BCS Championship in addition to other factors. 2008 College Football betting odds for Week 5 can be found at Sportsbook.com offering 5 percent back on all losses during the month of September.
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