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College Football Over-Under Win Totals 2015

college football over-under wins 2015

Oh baby! The 2015-2016 college football betting season is officially here as we have our first peek at the college football over-under win totals for the regular season.

Now obviously we pay close attention to the true “win” number itself, but your focus must also target the money-lines for these odds. There will be a lot of movement on these odds from 5DIMES over the next 3 months, but at least we know the kick off of a very unique college football betting season is drawing closer.

 

Air Force 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30001 Air Force total wins over 6         -130
12:00PM          30002 Air Force total wins under 6   -110

Akron 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30011 Akron total wins over 7½         -130
12:00PM          30012 Akron total wins under 7½   -110

Alabama 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30025 Alabama total wins over 9½          -145
12:00PM          30026 Alabama total wins under 9½    +105

Arizona U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30031 Arizona U total wins over 7         -150
12:00PM          30032 Arizona U total wins under 7   +110

Arizona State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30041 Arizona State total wins over 8½        +130
12:00PM          30042 Arizona State total wins under 8½   -170

Arkansas 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30051 Arkansas total wins over 8½         +120
12:00PM          30052 Arkansas total wins under 8½   -160

Arkansas State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30061 Arkansas State total wins over 7         -140
12:00PM          30062 Arkansas State total wins under 7   +100

Army 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30071 Army total wins over 3½         -155
12:00PM          30072 Army total wins under 3½   +115

Appalachian State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30081 Appalachian State total wins over 8½         -175
12:00PM          30082 Appalachian State total wins under 8½   +135

Auburn 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30091 Auburn total wins over 8½         +100
12:00PM          30092 Auburn total wins under 8½   -140

Ball State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30101 Ball State total wins over 7         +120
12:00PM          30102 Ball State total wins under 7   -160

Baylor 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30111 Baylor total wins over 10        +120
12:00PM          30112 Baylor total wins under 10   -160

Boise State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30121 Boise State total wins over 9½         -110
12:00PM          30122 Boise State total wins under 9½   -130

Boston College 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30131 Boston College total wins over 5½         -135
12:00PM          30132 Boston College total wins under 5½   -105

Bowling Green 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30141 Bowling Green total wins over 5         -130
12:00PM          30142 Bowling Green total wins under 5   -110

Buffalo U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30151 Buffalo U total wins over 5½         +115
12:00PM          30152 Buffalo U total wins under 5½   -155

BYU 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30161 BYU total wins over 8½         +145
12:00PM          30162 BYU total wins under 8½   -185

California 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30171 California total wins over 5         -180
12:00PM          30172 California total wins under 5   +140

Central Florida 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30181 Central Florida total wins over 7         -120
12:00PM          30182 Central Florida total wins under 7   -120

Central Michigan 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30191 Central Michigan total wins over 4         -150
12:00PM          30192 Central Michigan total wins under 4   +110

Charlotte 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30201 Charlotte total wins over 2½        -130
12:00PM          30202 Charlotte total wins under 2½   -110

Cincinnati 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30205 Cincinnati total wins over 7½         -130
12:00PM          30206 Cincinnati total wins under 7½   -110

Clemson 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30211 Clemson total wins over 8½         -170
12:00PM          30212 Clemson total wins under 8½   +130

Colorado 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30221 Colorado total wins over 4½         -140
12:00PM          30222 Colorado total wins under 4½   +100

Colorado State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30231 Colorado State total wins over 7½         -120
12:00PM          30232 Colorado State total wins under 7½   -120

Connecticut 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30241 Connecticut total wins over 3        -125
12:00PM          30242 Connecticut total wins under 3   -115

Duke 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30251 Duke total wins over 7         -150
12:00PM          30252 Duke total wins under 7   +110

East Carolina 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30261 East Carolina total wins over 7         -120
12:00PM          30262 East Carolina total wins under 7   -120

Eastern Michigan 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30271 Eastern Michigan total wins over 1½          -185
12:00PM          30272 Eastern Michigan total wins under 1½   +145

Florida 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30281 Florida total wins over 7½         -125
12:00PM          30282 Florida total wins under 7½   -115

Florida Atlantic 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30291 Florida Atlantic total wins over 5          -130
12:00PM          30292 Florida Atlantic total wins under 5    -110

Florida International 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30301 Florida Intl total wins over 6         +110
12:00PM          30302 Florida Intl total wins under 6   -150      

Florida State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30311 Florida State total wins over 9½         +100
12:00PM          30312 Florida State total wins under 9½   -140

Fresno State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30321 Fresno State total wins over 4         -115
12:00PM          30322 Fresno State total wins under 4   -125

Georgia 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30331 Georgia total wins over 9         -135
12:00PM          30332 Georgia total wins under 9   -105

Georgia Southern 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30341 Georgia Southern total wins over 7½        +120
12:00PM          30342 Georgia Southern total wins under 7½   -160

Georgia State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30351 Georgia State total wins over 2½         -140
12:00PM          30352 Georgia State total wins under 2½   +100

Georgia Tech 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30361 Georgia Tech total wins over 7½          -160
12:00PM          30362 Georgia Tech total wins under 7½    +120

Hawaii 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30371 Hawaii total wins over 6         +115
12:00PM          30372 Hawaii total wins under 6    -155

Houston U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30381 Houston U total wins over 8½         +105
12:00PM          30382 Houston U total wins under 8½   -145

Idaho 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30391 Idaho total wins over 3½         -130
12:00PM          30392 Idaho total wins under 3½   -110

Illinois 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30401 Illinois total wins over 3½         -140
12:00PM          30402 Illinois total wins under 3½   +100

Indiana 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30411 Indiana total wins over 6         +140
12:00PM          30412 Indiana total wins under 6   -180

Iowa 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30421 Iowa total wins over 7½          -115
12:00PM          30422 Iowa total wins under 7½    -125

Iowa State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30431 Iowa State total wins over 3         -140
12:00PM          30432 Iowa State total wins under 3   +100

Kansas 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30441 Kansas total wins over 1½          -260
12:00PM          30442 Kansas total wins under 1½   +180

Kansas State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30451 Kansas State total wins over 7         -130
12:00PM          30452 Kansas State total wins under 7   -110

Kentucky 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30471 Kentucky total wins over 6         -120
12:00PM          30472 Kentucky total wins under 6   -120

Kent State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30481 Kent State total wins over 4½        +100
12:00PM          30482 Kent State total wins under 4½   -140

UL Lafayette 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30483 UL Lafayette total wins over 8        +100
12:00PM          30484 UL Lafayette total wins under 8   -140

UL Monroe 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30485 UL Monroe total wins over 4         -150
12:00PM          30486 UL Monroe total wins under 4   +110

Louisiana Tech 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30491 Louisiana Tech total wins over 8         -115
12:00PM          30492 Louisiana Tech total wins under 8   -125

Louisville 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30511 Louisville total wins over 7½         -110
12:00PM          30512 Louisville total wins under 7½   -130

LSU 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30521 LSU total wins over 8         -115
12:00PM          30522 LSU total wins under 8   -125

Marshall 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30531 Marshall total wins over 10         -120
12:00PM          30532 Marshall total wins under 10   -120

Maryland 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30541 Maryland total wins over 4½         -120
12:00PM          30542 Maryland total wins under 4½   -120

Massachusetts 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30551 Massachusetts total wins over 4½         -150
12:00PM          30552 Massachusetts total wins under 4½   +110

Memphis 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30561 Memphis total wins over 8½         -105
12:00PM          30562 Memphis total wins under 8½   -135

Miami Florida 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30571 Miami FL total wins over 5½         -160
12:00PM          30572 Miami FL total wins under 5½   +120

Miami Ohio 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30581 Miami OH total wins over 4         -110
12:00PM          30582 Miami OH total wins under 4   -130

Michigan 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30595 Michigan total wins over 7½         -140
12:00PM          30596 Michigan total wins under 7½   +100

Michigan State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30601 Michigan State total wins over 9½         -150
12:00PM          30602 Michigan State total wins under 9½   +110

Middle Tennessee 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30611 Middle Tennessee total wins over 7        -105
12:00PM          30612 Middle Tennessee total wins under 7  -135

Minnesota U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30621 Minnesota U total wins over 5½         -150
12:00PM          30622 Minnesota U total wins under 5½   +110

Mississippi 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30631 Mississippi total wins over 8½         -110
12:00PM          30632 Mississippi total wins under 8½   -130

Mississippi State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30641 Mississippi State total wins over 7         -110
12:00PM          30642 Mississippi State total wins under 7   -130

Missouri 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30651 Missouri total wins over 7½         -120
12:00PM          30652 Missouri total wins under 7½   -120

Navy 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30661 Navy total wins over 7½         -130
12:00PM          30662 Navy total wins under 7½   -110

Nebraska 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         30671 Nebraska total wins over 8         -120
12:00PM          30672 Nebraska total wins under 8   -120

Nevada 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30681 Nevada total wins over 7         -115
12:00PM          30682 Nevada total wins under 7   -125

New Mexico 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30691 New Mexico total wins over 4½         -135
12:00PM          30692 New Mexico total wins under 4½   -105

New Mexico State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30701 New Mexico State total wins over 3         -130
12:00PM          30702 New Mexico State total wins under 3   -110

North Carolina 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30711 North Carolina total wins over 8         -115
12:00PM          30712 North Carolina total wins under 8   -125

NC State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30721 NC State total wins over 7½         -105
12:00PM          30722 NC State total wins under 7½   -135

North Texas 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30731 North Texas total wins over 5        -120
12:00PM          30732 North Texas total wins under 5  -120

Northern Illinois 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30741 Northern Illinois total wins over 8½        +120
12:00PM          30742 Northern Illinois total wins under 8½   -160

Northwestern 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30751 Northwestern total wins over 6½        +110
12:00PM          30752 Northwestern total wins under 6½   -150

Notre Dame 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30763 Notre Dame total wins over 9         +110
12:00PM          30764 Notre Dame total wins under 9   -150

Ohio 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30771 Ohio total wins over 5         -115
12:00PM          30772 Ohio total wins under 5   -125

Ohio State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30783 Ohio State total wins over 11         -130
12:00PM          30784 Ohio State total wins under 11   -110

Oklahoma 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30791 Oklahoma total wins over 9         -110
12:00PM          30792 Oklahoma total wins under 9   -130

Oklahoma State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30801 Oklahoma State total wins over 7         -140
12:00PM          30802 Oklahoma State total wins under 7   +100

Old Dominion 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30811 Old Dominion total wins over 4½         -145
12:00PM          30812 Old Dominion total wins under 4½   +105

Oregon 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30821 Oregon total wins over 9½         -135
12:00PM          30822 Oregon total wins under 9½   -105

Oregon State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30831 Oregon State total wins over 4         -110
12:00PM          30832 Oregon State total wins under 4   -130

Penn State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30841 Penn State total wins over 7½         -135
12:00PM          30842 Penn State total wins under 7½   +105

Pittsburgh U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30851 Pittsburgh U total wins over 6         -120
12:00PM          30852 Pittsburgh U total wins under 6   -120

Purdue 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30861 Purdue total wins over 4         -145
12:00PM          30862 Purdue total wins under 4   +105

Rice 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30871 Rice total wins over 7½          -115
12:00PM          30872 Rice total wins under 7½    -125

Rutgers 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30881 Rutgers total wins over 5          -145
12:00PM          30882 Rutgers total wins under 5    +105

San Diego State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30891 San Diego State total wins over 7½         -120
12:00PM          30892 San Diego State total wins under 7½   -120

San Jose State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30901 San Jose State total wins over 4         -125
12:00PM          30902 San Jose State total wins under 4   -115

South Alabama 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30911 South Alabama total wins over 3½        -135
12:00PM          30912 South Alabama total wins under 3½   -105

South Carolina 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30921 South Carolina total wins over 7        -120
12:00PM          30922 South Carolina total wins under 7   -120

South Florida 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30931 South Florida total wins over 4        -105
12:00PM          30932 South Florida total wins under 4   -135

SMU 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30941 SMU total wins over 2½         -110
12:00PM          30942 SMU total wins under 2½   -130

Southern Miss 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30951 Southern Miss total wins over 4½         +115
12:00PM          30952 Southern Miss total wins under 4½   -155

Stanford 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30961 Stanford total wins over 9        +100
12:00PM          30962 Stanford total wins under 9   -140

Syracuse 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30971 Syracuse total wins over 4½         -125
12:00PM          30972 Syracuse total wins under 4½   -115

Temple 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30981 Temple total wins over 7         -130
12:00PM          30982 Temple total wins under 7   -110

Tennessee U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         30991 Tennessee U total wins over 7½         -140
12:00PM          30992 Tennessee U total wins under 7½   +100

Texas 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31001 Texas total wins over 6½         +155
12:00PM          31002 Texas total wins under 6½    -195

Texas A&M 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31011 Texas A&M total wins over 7½         -170
12:00PM          31012 Texas A&M total wins under 7½   +130

TCU 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31027 TCU total wins over 10         -115
12:00PM          31028 TCU total wins under 10   -125

Texas San Antonio 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31031 Texas San Antonio total wins over 2½         -170
12:00PM          31032 Texas San Antonio total wins under 2½   +130

Texas State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31041 Texas State total wins over 7        -120
12:00PM          31042 Texas State total wins under 7   -120

Texas Tech 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31051 Texas Tech total wins over 6          -105
12:00PM          31052 Texas Tech total wins under 6     -135

Toledo 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31061 Toledo total wins over 7         -140
12:00PM          31062 Toledo total wins under 7   +100

Troy 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31071 Troy total wins over 4          -150
12:00PM          31072 Troy total wins under 4    +110

Tulane 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31081 Tulane total wins over 5         -120
12:00PM          31082 Tulane total wins under 5   -120

Tulsa 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31091 Tulsa total wins over 5        -105
12:00PM          31092 Tulsa total wins under 5   -135

UCLA 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31111 UCLA total wins over 9½         +125
12:00PM          31112 UCLA total wins under 9½   -165

UNLV 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31121 UNLV total wins over 2½        +120
12:00PM          31122 UNLV total wins under 2½   -160

USC 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31135 USC total wins over 8½         -105
12:00PM          31136 USC total wins under 8½   -135

Utah 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31141 Utah total wins over 7½        -130
12:00PM          31142 Utah total wins under 7½   -110

Utah State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31151 Utah State total wins over 8        +125
12:00PM          31152 Utah State total wins under 8   -165

UTEP 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31161 UTEP total wins over 6        -120
12:00PM          31162 UTEP total wins under 6   -120

Vanderbilt 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         31171 Vanderbilt total wins over 3        -135
12:00PM          31172 Vanderbilt total wins under 3   -105

Virginia 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         31181 Virginia total wins over 4½         -115
12:00PM          31182 Virginia total wins under 4½   -125

Virginia Tech 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31191 Virginia Tech total wins over 8        +105
12:00PM          31192 Virginia Tech total wins under 8   -145

Wake Forest 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         31201 Wake Forest total wins over 3½         -125
12:00PM          31202 Wake Forest total wins under 3½   -115

Washington U 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         31211 Washington U total wins over 4        -260
12:00PM          31212 Washington U total wins under 4  +180

Washington State 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31221 Washington State total wins over 5        -130
12:00PM          31222 Washington State total wins under 5   -110

West Virginia 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31231 West Virginia total wins over 8        +140
12:00PM          31232 West Virginia total wins under 8   -180

Western Kentucky 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31241 Western Kentucky total wins over 7½        -110
12:00PM          31242 Western Kentucky total wins under 7½   -130

Western Michigan 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply

Thu 9/3         31251 Western Michigan total wins over 8        -120
12:00PM          31252 Western Michigan total wins under 8   -120

Wisconsin 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31261 Wisconsin total wins over 10        +160
12:00PM       31262 Wisconsin total wins under 10      -210

Wyoming 2015 regular season wins – conference championships & bowl games do not apply
Thu 9/3         31271 Wyoming total wins over 5        -120
12:00PM       31272 Wyoming total wins under 5      -120

Oregon vs. Ohio State Championship Odds & Expert Picks 2015

Ohio State vs. Oregon Spread Picks

CFB: WHO IS THE PUBLIC BETTING ON?
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The first ever college football playoff has given us an interesting finale. Neither the Ohio State Buckeyes nor the Oregon Ducks would have played in the BCS Championship Game had we still been under the old system, but they both earned their way here by beating the two teams who would have played in the game.

Oregon is favored by a touchdown in the first ever title game, while the ‘total’ is set at 73.



OREGON – OHIO STATE CFB CHAMPIONSHIP LINE 2015:


OPEN: OREGON -7.5 | CURRENT: OREGON -6.5 | O/U: 73



1. Why OHIO STATE will cover the spread: Is there anything the Buckeyes can’t do? Head Coach Urban Meyer took a second-string quarterback and made it to the college football playoff with him, and now he took a third-string quarterback and turned him into the man who won the Big Ten Championship Game and the first college football semifinal. It’s not that we trust QB Cardale Jones all that much, but we do trust the Ohio State system.

RB Ezekiel Elliott just ran for 230 yards and two touchdowns against the Alabama defense, and if he can do that against what was perceived to be the best defense in America, we can only imagine what he can do against an Oregon defense which wasn’t fantastic against Florida State on New Year’s Day.


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2. Why OREGON will cover the spread: The Ducks weren’t legitimately 39 points better than Florida State in the Rose Bowl, as they were helped along the way by FSU turnovers, but there is no doubt that they were the better of the two teams by a country mile. The biggest question when it comes to the Quack Attack is whether anyone can slow down QB Marcus Mariota and this offense.

It took a little while to get going, but once the Ducks got their offense in sync, there was no way that Florida State was going to stop them. If this unit can mimic that same success against the OSU defense, this could end up being another runaway victory to close out Mariota’s collegiate career.


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3. Total Talk: Four straight Ohio State games have gone past the ‘total’. The team has scored at least 42 points in four games in a row and six out of seven. You wouldn’t think so, but the Buckeyes have scored at least 31 points in all but one game this year. Oregon actually has played three of its last four games ‘under’ the ‘total’ thanks to a defense which has allowed 20 points or fewer in four straight games. The Ducks aren’t just about their offense.

4. Betting Trends OSU/OREGON: Back in the beginning of October, Oregon lost to the Arizona Wildcats. Since that point, the Ducks are 10-0 SU and ATS, and they have beaten their last nine foes by at least 24 points apiece. Ohio State hasn’t lost since getting dropped by the Virginia Tech Hokies in the second game of the season, and it has now won two straight games SU in spite of the fact that it has been a dog in each of those games.


OREGON – OHIO STATE CFB PLAYOFF CHAMPIONSHIP PREDICTION:

Oregon 45 – Ohio State 27





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Oregon vs. Florida State CFB Playoffs Rose Bowl Odds & Picks

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The first ever college football playoff game will take place on New Year’s Day at the Rose Bowl, where the undefeated Florida State Seminoles take on the Oregon Ducks. FSU is getting nine points in this one, while the ‘total’ is the highest of the entire bowl season at 72.5



OREGON – FLORIDA STATE CFB PLAYOFF ROSE BOWL LINE 2015:


OPEN: OREGON -7.5 | CURRENT: OREGON -8 | O/U: 71



1. Why OREGON will cover the spread: Florida State has been skating by all season long, and this is the first time it is really going to be tested by a legitimate Top 5 team. The Ducks beat every team which appeared on their schedule as well this year, and they avenged that Arizona loss with ease in the Pac-12 Championship Game. Simply put, Oregon has the best team in America for our money, and Mariota won the Heisman Trophy because he just hasn’t made mistakes.

The Seminoles have won games this year by taking advantage of the chances which opponents have given them. You know that Oregon isn’t going to beat itself in this duel.


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2. Why FLORIDA STATE will cover the spread: This is the first time the Seminoles have been underdogs in a game in over two years, and they haven’t lost in that stretch. Head Coach Jimbo Fisher is one of the best X’s and O’s coaches in America, and giving him four weeks to prepare for the Oregon offense should pay dividends. On top of that, Jalen Ramsey is a fantastic spy for Marcus Mariota, and Eddie Goldman and several defensive linemen are going to be healthy by the time this one kicks off.

Jameis Winston didn’t have a fantastic year, but he has a knack of finding ways to both keep the Seminoles in games and ultimately win them when the rubber meets the road in the fourth quarter.


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3. Total Talk: Once again, it is worth noting that this is the only bowl game of the season with a total in the 70s, and it is interesting to think that is the case with two teams sporting defenses with plenty of NFL type talent on them. The Ducks have played their last three games ‘under’ the ‘total’, and they have kept all three of those foes to 27 points or fewer. Florida State played four straight ‘under’ games before the 37-35 shootout in the ACC Championship Game over Georgia Tech.

4. Betting Trends FSU/OREGON: Florida State has been an atrocious team for bettors this year at just 3-10 ATS, and it’s tough to think that it can cover against a team which has won and covered every game it has played since losing to Arizona. The Ducks though, are there for the taking as we see it, as the nation is underestimating just how good these Seminoles really are.

Winston could pull just a little bit more magic out of his hat here in Pasadena. That’s where FSU won the National Championship last year, and that’s where it could lock up a berth in the National Championship Game this season as well.


FLORIDA STATE – OREGON ROSE BOWL PREDICTION:

Florida State 31 – Oregon 27





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Alabama vs. Ohio State Sugar Bowl Odds & Expert Picks 2015

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The Ohio State Buckeyes have been one of the best teams in the nation over the course of the last three months, but they are going to be tested like they have not been tested all season long when they travel down to New Orleans to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide in the second of the national semifinal games. The Bucks are getting nine in this one, while the ‘total’ has been posted at 58.5.


ALABAMA – OHIO STATE CFB PLAYOFF SUGAR BOWL LINE 2015:


OPEN: ALABAMA -10 | CURRENT: ALABAMA -8.5 | O/U: 58.5



1. Why OHIO STATE will cover the spread: Head Coach Urban Meyer has a history of pulling rabbits out of his hat this time of year, and this could be the same type of situation on New Year’s Day. He managed to win the Big Ten Championship Game by 59 points against a good Wisconsin outfit with Cardale Jones under center. Though Jones is clearly nothing more than a liability, the rest of this Ohio State team is phenomenal.

The offensive line is one of the most underrated units in the league, and the Bucks play big boy defense, the likes of which you would normally see in the SEC. Remember too, that the Buckeyes have scored at least 42 points seven times in their last 10 games. They won’t do that against Alabama, but they can definitely put some points on the board.


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2. Why ALABAMA will cover the spread: Perception is there that suggests the Crimson Tide are the best team in America, and with the way that Blake Sims is playing right now, it’s tough to argue with that sentiment. Amari Cooper is the toughest man to cover in the nation, and the defense for the Tide, though spotty at times, has the talent to shut down any team it runs up against.

Just as Meyer is a tremendous coach to have on your side this time of year, Nick Saban isn’t exactly a slouch either, and he’ll likely have put together a great plan of attack for this duel.


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3. Total Talk: You don’t think of Ohio State as a team which has played nine of its last 10 games past the ‘total’, but that has been the case. The one ‘under’ game was only by a single point against Minnesota. Alabama played its last two games of the season past the number, but it had played five of its previous six ‘under’ the ‘total’.

4. Betting Trends OSU/BAMA: The Crimson Tide are 4-1 ATS in their last five bowl games, and they are 4-0 ATS the last four times they have run into Big Ten teams. History will tell you that this is a game in which Alabama will open up a can on Ohio State, but the Buckeyes are definitely not going to go quietly. It’s tough to see how OSU won’t put up at least three or four touchdowns in this game, and if that turns out to be the case, it’ll be tough for Alabama to cover.


ALABAMA – OHIO STATE CFB PLAYOFF SUGAR BOWL PREDICTION:

Alabama 34 – Ohio State 28





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College Football Championship Odds

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College Football National Title Odds

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The 2015 College Football National Title game is set as Oregon will battle Ohio State for the the first College Football Playoff Championship trophy. Oregon dismantled FSU 59-20 and Ohio State continues they are the deepest program in the country with a 3rd string QB leading them past Alabama.

Time#TeamsSpreadMLTotalPicks
Thursday, September 3rd 2015
06:00133
134
South Carolina
North Carolina
-3.0
3.0
-170
140

64.0
Buy Pick
06:00135
136
Florida Intl
Central Florida
16.5
-16.5
560
-950

46.5
Buy Pick
07:00137
138
Oklahoma State
Central Michigan
-22.0
22.0
-2375
1250

54.0
Buy Pick
08:00211
212
Western Kentucky
Vanderbilt
2.0
-2.0
115
-135

65.5
Buy Pick
08:30139
140
Michigan
Utah
6.0
-6.0
180
-240

46.0
Buy Pick
09:00145
146
Ohio
Idaho
-9.5
9.5
-365
275

54.5
Buy Pick
09:00141
142
TCU
Minnesota
-14.0
14.0
-800
500

57.5
Buy Pick
09:30143
144
Duke
Tulane
-9.5
9.5
-395
305

47.0
Buy Pick
10:00147
148
UTSA
Arizona
31.5
-31.5
4600
-14500

52.5
Buy Pick
11:59149
150
Colorado
Hawaii
-7.5
7.5
-325
250

56.5
Buy Pick
Friday, September 4th 2015
03:35153
154
Charlotte U
Georgia State
4.5
-4.5
165
-205

74.0
Buy Pick
07:00155
156
Michigan State
Western Michigan
-19.5
19.5
-1475
800

58.0
Buy Pick
07:00151
152
Baylor
SMU
-34.0
34.0
-21500
6500

74.0
Buy Pick
09:00157
158
Kent
Illinois
15.5
-15.5
550
-925

51.5
Buy Pick
10:15159
160
Washington
Boise State
10.5
-10.5
320
-425

56.5
Buy Pick
Saturday, September 5th 2015
12:00189
190
UL Monroe
Georgia
35.0
-35.0
8000
-26000

52.0
Buy Pick
12:00171
172
Stanford
Northwestern
-12.0
12.0
-450
330

45.0
Buy Pick
03:00161
162
Old Dominion
Eastern Michigan
-7.0
7.0
-270
210

66.0
Buy Pick
03:30193
194
UTEP
Arkansas
33.0
-33.0
6000
-20000

49.0
Buy Pick
03:30177
178
BYU
Nebraska
6.5
-6.5
190
-250

65.5
Buy Pick
03:30173
174
Louisville
Auburn
11.0
-11.0
330
-450

58.5
Buy Pick
03:30169
170
Virginia
UCLA
17.0
-17.0
575
-985

53.5
Buy Pick
03:30167
168
Florida Atlantic
Tulsa
7.5
-7.5
240
-300

62.5
Buy Pick
03:30165
166
Penn State
Temple
-7.0
7.0
-280
240

39.0
Buy Pick
04:00185
186
Bowling Green
Tennessee
21.0
-21.0
900
-1610

60.0
Buy Pick
06:00179
180
Troy
NC State
25.0
-25.0
1400
-3050

58.0
Buy Pick
07:00191
192
UL Lafayette
Kentucky
15.5
-15.5
500
-800

60.5
Buy Pick
07:00183
184
Akron
Oklahoma
30.5
-30.5
4500
-14000

55.5
Buy Pick
07:00175
176
Arizona State
Texas A&M
3.0
-3.0
125
-155

66.5
Buy Pick
07:30197
198
Texas
Notre Dame
9.5
-9.5
295
-385

54.5
Buy Pick
07:30195
196
Georgia Southern
West Virginia
18.0
-18.0
800
-1475

58.5
Buy Pick
07:30163
164
New Mexico State
Florida
36.5
-36.5
11000
-35000

57.5
Buy Pick
07:30181
182
UNLV
Northern Illinois
21.0
-21.0
920
-1630

62.5
Buy Pick
08:00199
200
Texas State
Florida State
30.0
-30.0
4000
-12500

58.0
Buy Pick
08:00201
202
Wisconsin
Alabama
10.5
-10.5
315
-410

53.0
Buy Pick
10:00203
204
Mississippi St
Southern Miss
-23.5
23.5
-2575
1300

55.5
Buy Pick
11:00205
206
Arkansas State
USC
28.5
-28.5
3500
-10000

67.0
Buy Pick
Sunday, September 6th 2015
03:00207
208
Purdue
Marshall
7.5
-7.5
225
-285

64.0
Buy Pick
Monday, September 7th 2015
08:00209
210
Ohio State
Virginia Tech
-11.5
11.5
-515
375

53.5
Buy Pick





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The 2014-15 college football betting season is closer than you think, and this season is like none other, knowing that there is a playoff pitting the four best teams in America against each other. Will it make a difference in deciding the National Champions? We’ll check in with some of the best teams in the land this year and analyze their chances of winning the whole enchilada. Finally, we can say “see ya” to the BCS system.

Florida State Seminoles (9/2): You really have no choice but to start your discussion for the National Championship with the garnet and gold. The Seminoles legitimately have one of the best teams in the land again, and the schedule is going to set up once again in such a way that there won’t be a game in which FSU isn’t favored in.

That said, even with the defending Heisman Trophy winner returning under center in Jameis Winston, it’s going to be really, really tough to go wire-to-wire and win a second straight title. Head Coach Jimbo Fisher has a defense with a number of holes that need to be replaced. Remember that the Noles could have three men drafted in the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft.

Alabama Crimson Tide (6/1): There really isn’t a tremendous knock on the Tide once again this year, and we have to think that they will get luckier this season going against an Auburn team which they probably should have beaten in the Iron Bowl this past season. Jacob Coker comes in from FSU, and he could legitimately be as good as the departing AJ McCarron.

The SEC, believe it or not, could be down this year, and if that really is the case, the Tide could once again roll towards a perfect season. Even going 11-1 should be good enough to get Alabama into the playoff.

Baylor Bears (28/1): It isn’t all that likely that Baylor is going to end up going undefeated deep into the season once again this year, but we will say this: Head Coach Art Briles can flat out coach, and Bryce Petty isn’t afraid to chuck the ball all over the field.

There isn’t another team in the Big XII which scares us this year, and this could be the first time since the departure of Robert Griffin III that Baylor is legitimately one of the best teams in the nation once again.


Heisman Odds 2014: Marcus Mariota Now Heavily Favored

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Odds To Win The Heisman Trophy 2014:

(updated 12/3/14)

Marcus Mariota (QB Oregon) 1/10

Melvin Gordon (RB Wisconsin) 5/1



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PAST HEISMAN TROPHY WINNERS

YEAR
WINNER
SCHOOL
POSITION
2013
Jameis Winston
Florida State
QB
2012
Johnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB
2011
Robert Griffin III
Baylor
QB
2010
Cameron Newton
Auburn
QB
2009
Mark Ingram
Alabama
RB
2008
Sam Bradford
Oklahoma
QB
2007
Tim Tebow
Florida
QB
2006
Troy Smith
Ohio State
QB
2005
Reggie Bush
Southern California
RB
2004
Matt Leinart
Southern California
QB
2003
Jason White
Oklahoma
QB
2002
Carson Palmer
Southern California
QB
2001
Eric Crouch
Nebraska
QB
2000
Chris Weinke
Florida State
QB
1999
Ron Dayne
Wisconsin
RB
1998
Ricky Williams
Texas
RB
1997
Charles Woodson
Michigan
DB/WR
1996
Danny Wuerffel
Florida
QB
1995
Eddie George
Ohio State
RB
1994
Rashaan Salaam
Colorado
RB
1993
Charlie Ward
Florida State
QB
1992
Gino Torretta
Miami
QB
1991
Desmond Howard
Michigan
WR
1990
Ty Detmer
Brigham Young
QB
1989
Andre Ware
Houston
QB
1988
Barry Sanders
Oklahoma State
RB
1987
Tim Brown
Notre Dame
WR
1986
Vinny Testaverde
Miami
QB
1985
Bo Jackson
Auburn
RB
1984
Doug Flutie
Boston College
QB
1983
Mike Rozier
Nebraska
RB
1982
Herschel Walker
Georgia
RB
1981
Marcus Allen
Southern California
RB
1980
George Rogers
South Carolina
RB
1979
Charles White
Southern California
RB
1978
Billy Sims
Oklahoma
RB
1977
Earl Campbell
Texas
RB
1976
Tony Dorsett
Pittsburgh
RB
1975
Archie Griffin
Ohio State
RB
1974
Archie Griffin
Ohio State
RB
1973
John Cappelletti
Penn State
RB
1972
Johnny Rodgers
Nebraska
WR
1971
Pat Sullivan
Auburn
QB
1970
Jim Plunkett
Stanford
QB
1969
Steve Owens
Oklahoma
HB
1968
O.J. Simpson
Southern California
HB
1967
Gary Beban
UCLA
QB
1966
Steve Spurrier
Florida
QB
1965
Mike Garrett
Southern California
HB
1964
John Huarte
Notre Dame
QB
1963
Roger Staubach
Navy
QB
1962
Terry Baker
Oregon State
QB
1961
Ernie Davis
Syracuse
HB
1960
Joe Bellino
Navy
HB
1959
Billy Cannon
LSU
HB
1958
Pete Dawkins
Army
HB
1957
John David Crow
Texas A&M
HB
1956
Paul Hornung
Notre Dame
QB
1955
Howard Cassady
Ohio State
HB
1954
Alan Ameche
Wisconsin
FB
1953
Johnny Lattner
Notre Dame
HB
1952
Billy Vessels
Oklahoma
HB
1951
Dick Kazmaier
Princeton
HB
1950
Vic Janowicz
Ohio State
HB
1949
Leon Hart
Notre Dame
E
1948
Doak Walker
Southern Methodist
HB
1947
Johnny Lujack
Notre Dame
QB
1946
Glenn Davis
Army
HB
1945
Doc Blanchard
Army
FB
1944
Les Horvath
Ohio State
QB/HB
1943
Angelo Bertelli
Notre Dame
QB
1942
Frank Sinkwich
Georgia
HB
1941
Bruce Smith
Minnesota
HB
1940
Tom Harmon
Michigan
HB
1939
Nile Kinnick
Iowa
HB
1938
Davey O’Brien
Texas Christian
QB
1937
Clint Frank
Yale
HB
1936
Larry Kelley
Yale
E
1935
Jay Berwanger
Chicago
HB











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We are always ready to take a look at some of the college football futures betting lines. Today, we’re looking at the early Heisman Trophy odds, as we look to see if Jameis Winston can defend his crown, or whether someone else will crop up and steal the honor from him.

Jameis Winston (5/2): What must be noted here about Winston is that there is a lot of baggage here. Remember that no one aside from Archie Griffin has won the Heisman twice in his collegiate career, and as we have seen with so many athletes with off the field issues, the Heisman Trust isn’t going to want to vote for someone who has all sorts of legal problems as Winston may have. The frosh though, was so darn good last year that there really wasn’t much of a choice.

He’s the best player on what is going to open up as the No. 1 team in the country, and just from that standpoint, there is no doubt that Winston needs to be the favorite. It will however be extremely tough to ultimately repeat as the Heisman winner.

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Marcus Mariota (5/1): The pivot for the Ducks has elected to come back to school, and that was probably a wise choice considering the plethora of quarterbacks in this year’s NFL Draft. Whether it ultimately helps him become a Heisman Trophy winner this year is still up in the air. The bottom line for Mariota is that Oregon has to win. We know that he is going to come up with all sorts of awesome stats. Last year, he had 31 TDs against four picks, threw for 3,665 yards, and ran for 715 more.

If those are the numbers he puts up this year, Mariota will be in the Big Apple as a Heisman Trophy favorite. The reason he didn’t win the honor last year? Losses to Stanford and Arizona. No matter how good these numbers are, Mariota flat out needs to win if he wants to win the Heisman.

Jacob Coker (OTB): Now here’s an intriguing possibility. Coker was the backup to Winston last year at Florida State before transferring to Alabama. Most figure that he can step right in and be the starter for the Tide, and if that’s the case, why wouldn’t you want to consider him as a Heisman Trophy player? Remember that Winston’s name was nowhere on the board for the first few weeks of last season, but as soon as he hit, he became a popular bet to take home the hardware. Coker is an experienced quarterback who is going to step in and run Nick Saban’s system.

If he can live up to the billing as a legit NFL talent as his former coach, Jimbo Fisher touted him to be, Coker might be able to step in and make a real run at the Heisman Trophy. There’s no doubt that this team is going to win. The question is whether Coker can put up the stats. We think that he can. Keep a close eye on him going forward into the fall.

College Football Upset Picks: KSU over TCU? LSU over Bama?

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We’re are moving into the final stretch of the season in college football betting action. Join us for our teams that are on upset alert for Week 11 College Football Picks of the campaign.

UPSET #1: Kentucky (+315 ML) vs. Georgia

The Wildcats have been out of this world this year at home, and that includes pulling off a relatively similar upset of the South Carolina Gamecocks. QB Patrick Towles is evolving into a fantastic quarterback, and though he has some ups and some downs, his ceiling is incredibly high. Georgia won’t have RB Todd Gurley once again in this game, and though RB Nick Chubb is a good back in his own right, he isn’t nearly as explosive. On top of that, QB Hutson Mason is a man we have no confidence in whatsoever. He had no command of this offense last week against the Florida Gators, and he could find himself in a lot worse spot this week on the road against the Kentucky.

This is a typical sandwich game between the rivalry against the Gators and next week’s game against the Auburn Tigers. This might be the biggest game of the year for Head Coach Mark Stoops and the gang, and it will surely show.


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UPSET #2: Kansas State (+190 ML) @ TCU 

Doesn’t it just feel like the Horned Frogs are going to end up punting one of these games at some point? They have been living dangerously, and though they did get clipped by the Baylor Bears, this could be another deadly game, too. Kansas State, remember, only has one loss this year, and that was a game against the Auburn Tigers that very well could have been won.

QB Trevone Boykin was held down last week by the West Virginia Mountaineers, and for our money, this is a much tougher test. Head Coach Bill Snyder and the gang always are able to go on the road and win games like these, and we definitely see this one as a potential upset.


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UPSET #3: LSU (+210 ML) vs. Alabama

The SEC West has been wild this year, and almost exclusively, home teams have been winning games like these. LSU has been one of the most improved teams in the nation over the course of the last month or so, and it’s the defensive side of the ball where Head Coach Les Miles is seeing the most improvement. For our money, the Crimson Tide have managed to prove absolutely nothing on the road this year. They should have been beaten by the Arkansas Razorbacks, and they were taken down by the Ole Miss Rebels.

QB Blake Sims just isn’t as strong as some of these previous Alabama quarterbacks, and this will be another day when he and the Tide take a step in the wrong direction. Alabama’s National Championship hopes could be dashed in the Bayou on Saturday night.




Oklahoma vs. Tennessee Line, Spread Picks & Score Prediction

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The Oklahoma Sooners are very likely to be double-digit favorites every step of the way this year on the college football betting lines, and their path to the first college football playoff should be relatively clear. In spite of the fact that this game against the Tennessee Volunteers is another in which the Sooners are double-digit favorites, there are definitely some concerns that perhaps an upset could be in the cards.


OKLAHOMA – TENNESSEE WEEK 3 BETTING LINE 2014:


OPEN: OKLAHOMA -20 | CURRENT: OKLAHOMA -20.5 | O/U: 56.5



1. Why TENNESSEE will cover the spread: It really seems to happen to Oklahoma a lot. The Sooners have had several seasons wrecked at home. In 2012, they were beaten by Notre Dame and Kansas State. In 2011, it was Texas Tech. In 2009, it was BYU. Could 2014 by the year of the Vols? We know that QB Justin Worley is playing with a lot of confidence right now, and there is a lot of talent on this defense as well.

The key for our money though, is the trick play. Head Coach Butch Jones has already pulled a ton of tricks out of his bag early in the year, and he is going to have to do more of that against the Sooners to pull off this upset. The talent is here for this team, but Tennessee remains a raw unit.


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2. Why OKLAHOMA will cover the spread: Talent means a whole heck of a lot. The Volunteers might be off to a 2-0 start this year, but they haven’t played against a team with the physicality of the Sooners. Oklahoma has dominated and overwhelmed its first two foes this year with its strong offensive line, and that could be how this one plays out as well.

Three backs are already over 100 yards in just two games for the Sooners, and the team has nine rushing TDs already as well. If the Sooners rush for 200-250 yards in this one, it’ll be all over but the crying for the Vols.


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3. Total Talk: Four straight Tennessee games have failed to reach the ‘total’, but the ‘over’ is 7-3 in UT’s last 10 road games. Games have come relatively close this year for the Volunteers, and it has been their defense that has kept games ‘under’ the number, not the offense. The Sooners have had games flying past the ‘total’ of late. They are 5-0-1 for ‘over’ backers in their last six, and they are 5-2 for the ‘over’ in their last seven games following an SU win of at least 20 points.

4. Betting Trends OKL/TENN: There isn’t a lot to support backing either of these teams in this game. The Volunteers are just 2-7 ATS in their last nine out of conference, and every time they run up against a team like this outside of the SEC, they seem to get flattened. Oklahoma though, is just 1-5 ATS in its last six against the SEC.



OKLAHOMA – TENNESSEE WEEK 3 PREDICTION:

Oklahoma 34 – Tennessee 24





3 College Football Upset Picks For Week 2

Last week we nailed down 2 HUGE +300 moneyline dogs to kick off the season! Three teams have caught our eye on the early Week 2 college football betting lines who might be poised to pick up big time upsets. Join us today as we break down those ugly dogs that could end up providing big time paydays for you.
 

UPSET #1: USC Trojans (+135 @ Stanford Cardinal) – We really wish that the Trojans were bigger dogs in this game, but either way, we have a lot of confidence that they can get the job done on the road down on “The Farm.” USC blew out Fresno State last week, and though Stanford also disposed of UC-Davis, we just love the look that Head Coach Steve Sarkisian has provided to the Men of Troy.

QB Cody Kessler looks like he could ultimately be the real deal, and his defense behind him could be one of the best in the Pac-12. For the past few years, we have been hearing about how the Trojans are done now that they have gotten their NCAA sanctions from the Reggie Bush fiasco. Just as Stanford got on the map by winning a game at USC, USC might ultimately put themselves back on the map by turning around and upsetting Stanford in Palo Alto.


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UPSET #2: Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (+220 @ Illinois Fighting Illini)  – Every year, we see Big Ten teams struggle against MAC and Conference USA squads, and this could be no exception. One of the games that flew under the radar last week was the Western Kentucky/Bowling Green duel. The Hilltoppers put up 59 points in that game against a very good Bowling Green side to pull off a mild upset. For our money, the Illini aren’t nearly as good as Bowling Green is, and the offense behind QB Brandon Doughty isn’t going to have to be anywhere near as good this week as it was last week to win.

This could be the biggest day in the history of the Western Kentucky football program, as this team is well on its way to becoming one of the better teams in mid-major football.


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UPSET #3: BYU Cougars (+145 @ Texas Longhorns) – The Longhorns are going to be better this year under Head Coach Charlie Strong than they were under Mack Brown in all likelihood, but we still don’t know if they can stop the run. Remember that UT gave up over 500 yards on the ground to the Cougars last year, and QB Taysom Hill and RB Jamaal Williams ran wild against it. Williams was suspended for the opening game of the season, but he is back, and he and Hill should once again have a field day.

Playing in Austin isn’t quite like playing in Provo, but the Cougs, for our money, still have a team capable of winning this game and perhaps winning it handily. We are a bit surprised that BYU is a dog of this magnitude in a game which means a ton to both of squads.




Oregon vs. Michigan State Line, Spread Picks & Score Prediction 2014

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The Michigan State Spartans spent the end of last season clamoring that they should have had their shot to play against the Florida State Seminoles for the National Championship. They could make it to the college football playoff this year by running the table, but their biggest hurdle is going to come early in the season in Week 2 when they have to travel to Autzen Stadium to take on the Oregon Ducks, who are also favorites to win it all this year.



MICHIGAN STATE – OREGON WEEK 2 BETTING LINE 2014:


OPEN: OREGON -11.5 | CURRENT: OREGON -12 | O/U: 56



1. Why OREGON will cover the spread: The Ducks will cover the spread if they play like the Ducks we have come to know and love. They can run up and down the field with ease, and games like this are what QB Marcus Mariota came back to school for. Mariota though, didn’t end last season on a high note.

Remember that Oregon finished out the regular season going 2-2 SU and 0-4 ATS in its last four games, and when the Ducks ran into the strong defenses of Texas and Stanford, the team scored just a total of 50 points in the two games combined. The offense can do better than that, but will it? That’s the difference between a cover and what could be an outright upset.


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2. Why MICHIGAN STATE will cover the spread: Thirteen starters are back from last season’s team which won the Rose Bowl over Stanford, and these men are hungry to prove that last season wasn’t a fluke whatsoever. QB Connor Cook has now been here and done this, and he is going to be counted upon to play a fantastic game against an Oregon team which will surely score some points.

Remember that Cook is 13-1 as a starter in his career. LB Taiwan Jones and DE Shilique Calhoun legitimately could be leading one of the best five defenses in America, and this could be the toughest task that Oregon’s offense has to face all season long.


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3. Total Talk: The Ducks traditionally have totals in the 60s or higher, and in fact, this is going to be the lowest ‘total’ in an Oregon game in three full years. Michigan State has pushed three straight games past the ‘total’ dating back to last year, and it has proven time and time again that it could end up doing just enough offensively to push games past the number.

4. Betting Trends MSU/OREGON: The Spartans are out to prove that they belong, and they did go 2-0 SU and ATS last year against teams ranked in the Top 10 in the country. However, both of those games came in neutral venues. The Ducks have had a great history going against power conference teams outside of the Pac-12. They’re a perfect 5-0 SU and ATS dating back to the 2012 Rose Bowl when they beat the Wisconsin Badgers 45-38, but this is as tough of a test as they will face early in a season since getting beaten by the LSU Tigers to start off that 2011 campaign.


MICHIGAN STATE – OREGON WEEK 2 PREDICTION:

Michigan State 28 – Oregon 26





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