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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 8! #1 Alabama Crimson Tide (6-0 SU, 3-3 ATS) …
College Football Picks Preview Oregon Ducks vs. Arizona State Sun Devils Date/Time: October 18th, 9:00 pm EST Television: ESPN College Football Odds from BetDSI Point Spread: Oregon -8 Total: 68 Football Betting Game Trends Oregon Ducks Oregon is 3-6-1 …
The first edition of the always odd Tuesday night college football betting action in the Sun Belt starts this week, and the first two teams up are the North Texas Mean Green and the Louisiana Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns.
The Cajuns are 4-1 right now, and they are looking to get back to a bowl game for the second straight season.
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.
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 6!
Washington Huskies (3-1 SU, 2-2 ATS) @ #2 Oregon Ducks (5-0 SU, 1-4 ATS) – The Ducks have already beaten the snot out of a team of similar stature this year in Arizona, while Washington has already been crushed by a team ranked in the Top 5 in the country on the road in LSU. So why should this game be any different?
Two of the top teams in the Pac-12 this year meet in college football betting action on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium, where the Oregon Ducks take on the Arizona Wildcats.
Arizona hasn’t exactly come out of nowhere this year, but it is really a surprise that the team is 3-0 this year. Of course, the Wildcats have only won one game that they were really supposed to lose, that being the game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys, and aside from that, there hasn’t been all that much to talk about.
Sanford Stadium will be the site of a Week 4 college football betting showdown between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Vanderbilt Commodores, which will be shown on the Deuce.
The Dores have just one win so far this year, and one look further down their schedule suggests that they are going to have a heck of a time just getting to a bowl game once again. A game like this would have to be won from time to time to even think about playing in the postseason, and it just might not happen that way.
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 4!
Florida Atlantic has to know that it is worth nothing more than a paycheck and a beat down in this one. Whatever Alabama wants the final score to be, it will be just that. The Tide haven’t allowed a single point in over 120 minutes of football, and we would guess that the Owls would be lucky to score once, let alone enough times to keep up with an offense that is going to drop at least 30 points on likely every team that it faces this year.