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The Capital One Bowl is always one of the best bowl games of the entire season, and this year is no exception. The Wisconsin Badgers and the South Carolina Gamecocks are set to go to battle with one another in the annual SEC vs. Big Ten tradition.
The Wisconsin Badgers and Ohio State Buckeyes will do battle at Ohio Stadium on Saturday night. You better believe the “Shoe” will be rocking for this one. Wisconsin has been frequenting the Rose Bowl over the last few years, but the Buckeyes are the favorite in the Big Ten this year. This is a huge matchup of the top two teams in the Big Ten Leaders Division.
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 5 docket, the one we are zeroing in on is the game where the Ohio State Buckeyes host the Wisconsin Badgers at 8:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 28th.
It’s the final year for the Legends and the Leaders in the Big Ten Conference. Last year both Penn State and Ohio State were ineligible for postseason play, but only Penn State is ineligible this season. The Buckeyes went 12-0 in their first year under Urban Meyer last year, and expectations are as high as ever in Columbus.
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 start of the 2013 college football season is well over two months away but it is not too early to take a closer look at BetOnline’s futures odds for all the major conferences in term of winning the title this year. As part of an ongoing series, College Football Betting Trends is zeroing-in this week on the top teams in the Big Ten.
As is tradition, there is only one game on the college basketball betting docket once the 1:00 p.m. ET games are completed. The Big Ten Championship Game will be the last game of the regular season before the brackets are released. The Wisconsin Badgers face the Ohio State Buckeyes in what should be a great clash.
The Indiana Hoosiers might be just one game away from locking down a No. 1 seed for the NCAA Tournament. The team that they have to beat on Saturday in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals is the Wisconsin Badgers at the United Center.
Eight teams are left standing in the Big Ten Tournament, which will continue on Friday afternoon at the United Center. In the second game of the day, the Wisconsin Badgers and the Michigan Wolverines meet up in a battle of two of the heavyweights of the conference.
Neither the Michigan State Spartans nor the Wisconsin Badgers have a chance to win the Big Ten regular season title any longer, but the two still have a lot to fight for when they meet in NCAA basketball betting action on Thursday night at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing