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The South Carolina Gamecocks have been a bit up and down so far this year, but they enter this contest at 5-1 and with plenty left to play for. Tennessee has a new coach this year, but the Volunteers don’t quite have the firepower that most SEC teams have right now. Knoxville is still a very tough place to play. Can the Volunteers rise up at home against South Carolina?
The Vanderbilt Commodores suffered a very tough loss to start the season against Ole Miss. South Carolina opened with a win, but they were dropped last week by a very good Georgia Bulldogs team. There are no easy games in the SEC, and both of these teams will be very hungry for a win this Saturday night. Let’s take a closer look at this game, which will be featured on ESPN Saturday night.
The Tar Heels are coming off an 8-4 straight-up record in 2012 and a NCAA ban on postseason play so the expectations for a run at the Coastal Division title and a spot in this year’s ACC Championship Game are running high in Chapel Hill. The offense will once again be led by quarterback Bryn Renner, who threw for 3,356 yards and 28 touchdowns last season while completing 65.4 percent of his passes.
To say that the SEC has been the dominant conference in college football for the last few years is a major understatement. The SEC has collected seven straight national titles, and it doesn’t look ready to stop that streak anytime soon. This conference is constantly loaded with top notch talent, and this year appears to be no different.
College Football Week 1 Odds – Opening Thursday Features South Carolina Defense That Won’t Be Clowney-ing Around
For customers at BetAnySports, NCAA football betting, on individual games, culminates on August 29 (a Thursday), with a number of nationally televised games. We take a look at some of that action, including a conference game that takes place in the toughest league in the country.
The start of a new college football season is just six weeks away and to get you ready for all the action on opening day, BetOnline has released its opening lines for all the games on Week 1’s slate. This week, College Betting Trends decided to take a closer look at some of the key matchups in the ACC.
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 defenses in the land that might ultimately help you beat the college football odds.
The Michigan Wolverines didn’t quite have the same success that they had in Brady Hoke’s first season as head coach at Michigan. The Wolverines started the season with a big loss to Alabama and ended the regular season with a loss to rival Ohio State. Still, the Wolverines are in a New Year’s Day bowl. South Carolina lost to LSU and Florida and swept the rest of their slate. The Gamecocks aren’t quite the same without Marcus Lattimore, but this team is still very talented. Let’s take a look at this year’s Outback Bowl.
It’s the battle for the Palmetto State, and it may very well be a battle for a BCS bowl game as well on Saturday night. The Clemson Tigers will look to end a three-game skid on the college football betting lines against the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Arkansas expected to be in the national title picture this year, but everything went wrong in the offseason and that has continued right through the season. John L. Smith has become one of the least popular men in Arkansas, and the team is now 4-5. South Carolina has fallen on some hard times of late, but they are still 7-2 and ranked eighth in the nation. Steve Spurrier’s team looks to pick up another win this Saturday.