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The Red River Rivalry isn’t quite as meaningful in the national picture as normal, but that won’t stop these two heated rivals from battling hard all the way through this Saturday afternoon’s contest. Both teams already have a loss and are almost assuredly out of the national title picture, but this is still a rivalry game between two teams with aspirations of winning the Big 12 Conference. Let’s take a closer look at this game.
Every year the Kansas State Wildcats are overlooked, and every year they make some serious noise. Bill Snyder may be the best coach in the nation. It’s hard to argue against him, since he gets so much out of his talent at Kansas State. The Wildcats are all the way up to number five in the rankings, but they’ll face a very dangerous Iowa State team in Ames this weekend. This game isn’t getting the same publicity as some others this weekend, but it has major national implications.
When you bet on NCAA Football, you should know all about the numbers. Numbers for stats, numbers for trends, numbers for betting lines, numbers for ‘totals’ – You should know it all. Here at Bang the Book, we are set to talk about the NCAA football betting lines for Week 7. Here are the most important numbers that you need to remember for the week!
0: The number of interceptions that QB Geno Smith has thrown this year for the West Virginia Mountaineers. Smith now has 24 scores without making a blunder, and he is completing over 80 percent of his passes in a pass happy offense that
Here at Bang the Book, we have all of the top matchups of the 2012 NCAA football betting campaign covered! Today, we’re taking a look at the best matchups for Week 7!
We have already seen Missouri struggle this year at home against teams from the SEC East, as they have been beaten by Georgia and now Vanderbilt. As we saw last week, the Bulldogs aren’t the best team in the SEC by any stretch of the imagination, and Vandy clearly isn’t one of the best in the biz either. Alabama on the other hand, is as good as it gets, not just in the SEC, but in the entire nation.
Two teams that are hoping to find their way to a bowl game this year are going to meet at Kelly Shorts Stadium on Friday night for a standalone college football betting battle, as the Navy Midshipmen duke it out with the Central Michigan Chippewas.
The Middies have a couple wins over the course of their last three games, and the win over the Air Force Falcons was one of the biggest that they have had in quite some time.
The Pac-12 will be on display on Thursday night in Boulder, where the Arizona State Sun Devils and the Colorado Buffaloes will match wits on the college football betting odds in this crucial tilt.
The Sun Devils are quietly a 4-1 team that is coming on strong. Their only loss was on the road to the Missouri Tigers, though that loss is definitely looking more and more suspect the more that we see ASU play.
After another great week of the college football betting season, we are back for Week 7, as we look at the top teams, players, and trends of note for the this week on NCAA football schedule.
History will say that it was “Separation Saturday.” It was the day that three teams that were ranked in the Top 5 in the country were beaten, and the major shakeup occurred. The team that quietly is making the most noise in the land though, wasn’t one of the teams that pulled off the upset.
The Pac-12 will be showcased in the final NCAA football betting battle of the night on Saturday, when the Oregon Ducks play host to the Washington Huskies.
U-Dub is in the Top 25 in one of the two polls at this point, and it knows that a win, and it will be in the Top 20, and maybe even the Top 15 in both. Of course, this is a huge uphill battle playing at Autzen Stadium, especially knowing that a game hasn’t been won here in nine years.
Nebraska and Ohio State are both coming off big wins in their Big Ten openers. The Cornhuskers scored 20 straight points to come from behind to beat Wisconsin last Saturday night. Ohio State won Urban Meyer’s Big Ten debut in East Lansing in a defensive struggle 17-16. The Horseshoe will be rocking this Saturday night when these two meet in a battle of two of the Big Ten’s best.
Bo Pelini actually played football for Ohio State, so this game might mean a little more to him than an average game. Pelini’s Cornhuskers had a disappointing early season loss to UCLA,
It has been quite some time since the Miami Hurricanes and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish have met regularly. Now that they are going to be sharing the ACC banner down the road, that might not be the case for long, and the first installment of this newly recreated rivalry will take place at Soldier Field on Saturday night on the college football Week 6 odds.