|Written by Michelle Allan|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football is seeing the conference races wind down to the climatic final NCAAF betting matchups and last week did much to eliminate pretenders from contenders. College football fans will see the unlikely scenario of Oregon and Oregon State battle for the Pac 10 title and Rose Bowl berth in their NCAAF betting matchup December 3.
Oregon scored one of the most impressive wins in college football last week as they rallied from a 10-point 4th quarter deficit at Arizona to score a breathtaking 44-41 overtime win although they failed to cover the NCAAF betting line as 5.5-point chalks. Oregon State scored an easy college football betting payout at Washington State with a 42-10 win as 30.5-point chalks to set up their epic “Civil War” matchup.
Florida and Alabama remain on their collision course to Southeastern Conference championship game which will determine half of the BCS title game card. Top ranked Florida beat Florida International 62-3 as 41-point home favorites while Alabama was not on the college football board in their 45-0 win over Chattanooga.
Boise State and TCU loom in the college football background as BCS Busters and as teams that could make the title game but would need help in order to get there. Boise State scored a 52-21 college football win at Utah State as 24.5-point chalks while TCU scored a 45-10 college football payout at Wyoming as 29.5-point favorites.
Ohio State beat Michigan for the sixth consecutive college football season in a 21-10 win that Michigan covered as 12-point home dogs. LSU suffered the most frustrating loss in college football last weekend as they botched clock management at the end of the game to lose at Ole Miss 23-25 as 3-point road dogs. LSU coach Les Miles is likely to hear about his dysfunctional game management for quite some time.
Northwestern finished strong at 8-4 with an impressive 33-31 win over Wisconsin as 6.5-point home dogs. Iowa also had a nice end to their 10-2 season with a 12-0 home win over Minnesota as 9.5-point chalks. Oklahoma State scored an exciting comeback win at home on Thursday night over Colorado 31-28 but failed to cover as 14-point chalks. The loss likely sealed the fate of Colorado coach Dan Hawkins being fired. Speaking of the firing line, Notre Dame’s Charlie Weiss is as good as done after the Irish lost to Connecticut in overtime to fall to 6-5.