|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football has seen that the so-called “mid majors” are going all out in their NCAAF betting matchups against the BCS automatic qualifier conferences. College football handicappers took notice right away last week starting with Toledo’s 54-38 blowout win and cover over Colorado for an easy NCAAF betting payoff..
The mid-majors continued to terrorize the elite of college football on Saturday as Houston scored a major NCAAF betting upset with a 45-35 win at 7th ranked Oklahoma State as whopping 16.5 point college football betting dogs. Missouri’s scalp was nearly added to the wall of mid major dogs as the Tigers had to rally from a 6-20 deficit to defeat Bowling Green 27-20 but came nowhere close to covering as 19.5-point college football overlays.
Michigan State was humiliated at home by Central Michigan 27-29 as 14.5 point home chalks. Games such as this remind everyone of Sparty’s inability to be taken seriously. In other news the Michigan Wolverines look to be back and could make a serious college football run at the Big Ten title after their epic 38-34 home win as 3.5-point dogs over Notre Dame. Meanwhile ND head coach Charlie Weiss is right back on the college football hot seat as he was clearly out coached by UM’s Rich Rodriguez.
Rants of “Groh Must Go” have reached a crescendo in the state of Virginia after the Cavaliers looked horrible in a 14-30 home loss to TCU, which followed a loss to 1-AA William and Mary the week before. Al Groh’s seat might be the hottest in college football.
BYU showed now signs of slowing down after their statement making college football upset opening win over Oklahoma as they clobbered Tulane 54-3 as 17.5-point road favorites. Week 3 has plenty of excellent college football matchups starting with Thursday’s ACC duel at Miami between the Hurricanes and Georgia Tech. A phenomenal matchup of mid major powers follows Friday as Fresno State hosts Boise State.
Saturday has some outstanding handicaps including California at Minnesota, high scoring Tulsa at powerful Oklahoma, Utah at Oregon, USC up against their former offensive coordinator at upset minded Washington, Nebraska at Virginia Tech, Michigan State at Notre Dame, Cincinnati at Oregon State, Florida State at BYU, Georgia at Arkansas, and Texas Tech at Texas!
Perhaps the biggest game of all, however, comes from the SEC as Florida hosts Tennessee at the Swamp. Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin’s comments/prophecy about singing “Rocky Top” all night after beating the Gators and his derisive words about UF coach Urban Myer look dangerous and foolish now, especially on the heels of UT’s loss last week to UCLA!