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The Louisville Cardinals are back at it once again, as they are trying to make sure that they don’t fall into a trap of what would be a crippling loss at the hands of the Connecticut Huskies.
Here at Bang the Book, we are always keeping our eyes open for the best games to bet on each and every week. Of all of the games on the Week 9 docket, the one we are zeroing in on is the game where the South Florida Bulls host the Louisville Cardinals at 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, October 26th.
About the only team that is left in the way of the Louisville Cardinals this year is the UCF Knights. The boys from Orlando are coming on the road this week with hopes of taking down one of the best in the land, but this isn’t going to be an easy test for either of these teams.
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights are coming off a triple overtime win at SMU last week. Rutgers comes into this game at 4-1. Louisville enters with a top ten ranking and a perfect 5-0 record. The Cardinals haven’t been tested all year. They have won each of their five games by a minimum of two touchdowns. Can Rutgers give the Cardinals a test on Thursday night?
Our college football betting handicappers are always keeping a watchful eye on what we can expect on the field, and right now at Bang the Book, we are taking a look at the Top 10 teams that you should be backing and expect to get some value with on the odds to win the BCS.
The conference formerly known as the Big East is now the American Athletic conference. To say that there have been some major changes here in the past couple years is a major understatement. Only a few of the same schools remain, and there are a whole lot of new teams moving into this power conference.
Our college football betting handicappers are always keeping a watchful eye on what we can expect on the field, and this year, we are looking at the Top 10 teams in the land that might ultimately be ATS duds in 2013.
The clock is ticking towards the start of the 2013 college football betting campaign, and as a part of the preparation for the year, we take a look at the Top 10 quarterbacks in the country coming into the 2013 season.
Sixty-six of the 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament are now sitting at home on the sidelines, and the only two teams that are left to fight it out for all of the marbles are the Michigan Wolverines and the Louisville Cardinals.
Through the first five rounds of this year’s NCAA Tournament one of the biggest story lines has been Wichita State. It started things off with an impressive 73-55 romp over Pittsburgh as a four-point underdog but this team was just getting started. Next, the Shockers took out No.1 seed Gonzaga 76-70 as 6.5-point underdogs before advancing to the Elite 8 with a 72-58 rout of La Salle as 4.5-point favorites.