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When betting on college football the trends are often overlooked because they are hard to find. When handicappers do find trends they often find trends that are useless or not relevant to the game. So with that being said we have uncovered the top five trends for betting on college football this weekend.
The college football week 10 schedule kicks off on Thursday night and so now is the time to look at the college football sports betting numbers to see who the public is on. The key is to go completely against the public whenever possible and pick the spots that may yield profit win Week 10.
College Football Picks Preview Washington Huskies vs. California Golden Bears Date/Time: November 2nd, 9:00 pm EST Television: ESPN2 College Football Odds from BetDSI Point Spread: California -4 Total: 51.5 Football Betting Game Trends Washington Huskies Washington is 0-5 ATS …
College Football Picks Preview Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Miami Hurricanes Date/Time: November 1st, 7:30 pm EST Television: ESPN College Football Odds from BetDSI Point Spread: Virginia Tech -2 Total: 58 Football Betting Game Trends Virginia Tech Hokies Virginia Tech …
Michigan and Nebraska both come into this game at 5-2 on the year. The big difference though is that Michigan is unbeaten in the Big Ten, while Nebraska has already dropped a game in the conference. These two teams have the inside track at the top of the Big Ten Legends Division. Nebraska will have a big home field advantage here at night. Will it be enough for them to get right back to the top of the division?
After stumbling to a 7-6 record overall and a 2-6 record in conference play in 2011, Mississippi State has been one of the biggest surprises in the SEC this season with an overall record of 7-0 straight-up (5-2 against the spread) and a 3-0 start both SU and ATS in conference play. The total has stayed UNDER in five of the Bulldogs last six games behind a defense that is giving-up an average of just 14.4 points a game.
Notre Dame’s quest for a berth in the BCS national title game comes under heavy fire this Saturday night in what will easily be its toughest test of the season. So far the Fighting Irish have cruised through this season with seven-straight wins but there have been some close calls along the way with a 4-3 record against the spread. The total has stayed UNDER in their last six games.
Just like it has done all season long, Notre Dame’s defense will ultimately determine the outcome of this game.
Few programs have undergone as much turmoil and change over the last two years as the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Penn State Nittany Lions. These two proud institutions are both ineligible for postseason play this year. Still, both teams have been playing some very good football so far this season. The Buckeyes come into this one unbeaten on the year, while Penn State has won five straight in impressive fashion.
The Northwestern Wildcats and the Iowa Hawkeyes hope to both keep their dreams of the Rose Bowl alive on Saturday when the two meet in a crucial Legends Division showdown in the Big Ten.
The Hawkeyes are positioned better for the Legend’s Division title right now at 2-1 in conference play, but they really haven’t played any of their big time tough games this year.
A pair of SEC East foes will meet on the gridiron for college football betting action at Williams Brice Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as the South Carolina Gamecocks tango with the Tennessee Volunteers.
The Vols are on the ropes right now, as they have just three wins through seven games and need to find three more at some point over the course of the rest of the season if they are going to save Head Coach Derek Dooley’s job.