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This is more than just week 13 of the college football season. This is Thanksgiving week and every year with the holidays comes the best week of the college football season, rivalry week.
This is the week that rivals face off against one another the only time this year as they try and make a point in what some schools consider the biggest game of the season. As a handicapper it is important to address these weeks and circle some of the biggest games on the schedule.
The college football week 13 schedule is covered with some of the best college football rivalries in sports. From the big game in the Big Ten between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Michigan Wolverines to the newer rivalries like …
The final weekend of the college football betting campaign for a lot of teams kicks off this week at the Glass Bowl, where the Akron Zips will look to end a dismal season on a high note at the expense of the Toledo Rockets.
The Pac-12 will be heating up on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium, as the Oregon Ducks look to clinch their spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game for the second straight year as they take on the Stanford Cardinal.
Head Coach David Shaw has to be reminding his team of the last two seasons that these two teams played against each other. In 2010, the Ducks were able to essentially knock the Cardinal out of the National Championship race, and last year, in a game that Stanford was supposed to win, it was trampled by Oregon 53-30 on this very same weekend.
The Kansas State Wildcats will look to move one step closer to the BCS National Championship on Saturday night in their final road game of the season, as they hope to beat the college football odds against the hungry Baylor Bears, who absolutely have to have this game.
After another great week of the college football betting season, we are back for Week 12, as we look at the top teams, players, and trends of note for the this week on NCAA football schedule.
And now, they’re in the driver’s seat. The Kansas State Wildcats now know that they have nothing left to worry about this year if they can just find a way to win two more games. They first of these two this week comes against the Baylor Bears, whom they are favored over by 13 points on the college football betting odds.
Each week before picking winner son the college football schedule, the consensus report should be used as a vital tool. This tool will not only allow for public betting trends but it can reveal money movement and even forecast line moves.
If used properly it can save a football bettor time and more importantly money.
The college football schedule in week 11 may not be loaded with marquee games but there are plenty of situations that can prove to be profitable. One of the many tools used to handicap games is the college football betting trends. As noted in previous articles, the trends can often indicate certain angles that may not be obvious to the public bettor.
These trends can lead to identifying winners and here are a few that stand out in week 11.
The Mountain West will be on display on Friday night this week, as the Air Force Falcons try to take down the Hawaii Warriors in Colorado Springs.
It has been a brutally tough first season for Head Coach Norm Chow with the Warriors. The embattled longtime assistant for several teams has yet to log his first win against an FBS team in his career as a head coach, and the only cover that the club has came as 44.5 point underdogs against one of the teams that he used to be the OC for, the USC Trojans.
A pair of ACC Coastal Division rivals meet up at Scott Stadium on ESPN’s Thursday Night Football betting festivities, as the North Carolina Tar Heels try to end the bowl hopes of the Virginia Cavaliers.
UNC is starting to get the look of a team that doesn’t really care about the rest of its season. The defense was just downright atrocious against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets last week, allowing 588 yards and a total of 68 points in a romp of a loss, and the offense, though has been putting up tons of points, has also looked sloppy at times as well.