|Written by Michelle Allan|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football odds handicappers have another list of games with plenty of college football betting opportunity and peril for November 14 as the BCS chase continues. College football odds last week were with the underdogs as nearly all of the top teams in the college football betting polls failed to bring home the cash.
Number one Florida will be at South Carolina in what could be a dangerous matchup with the college football odds. Although the Gamecocks aren’t playing well as of late their coach, Steve Spurrier, would love nothing more than to score a college football betting shocker against his old team and the coach that is making Florida fans forget him and his legacy, Urban Meyer. Florida has beaten the online betting board in the last 2 meetings in this series including 56-6 last year.
Number 2 Alabama will be a heavy favorite with the college football odds at Mississippi State although they have covered just 2 out of their last 6 trips to Starkville. Mississippi State has been tough this year and has covered 3 straight with the college football odds.
Third ranked Texas will be at Baylor, who is coming off a most impressive road win at Missouri. But Texas is not Missouri, and is highly motivated to go all the way after missing the BCS title game last year due to a computer. Texas has beaten the college football odds in 4 out of their last 5 trips to Baylor.
Number 4 TCU has a very dangerous 8-1 Utah team to face at home on Saturday. Utah has beaten the college football odds in 4 out of their last 5 games with TCU. This one could very well be another BCS Buster.
Number 5 Cincinnati will have their toughest Big East matchup of the season so far with the college football odds as they host West Virginia. The road team has beaten the college football odds 6 straight times in this head to head series and the winner will have the inside track with Pittsburgh for the conference title.
Georgia Tech has climbed to 7th in the BCS and will be at upstart Duke this week. Duke has not covered the spread in their last 5 games against the Ramblin’ Wreck.
Other top games include 17th ranked Arizona at Cal. Arizona controls its own destiny for the Pac 10 title and Rose Bowl.Stanford, who upset Oregon last week, will be at USC, who was humiliated by Oregon the week prior.
Iowa is at Ohio State with the Big Ten title at stake. Ohio State has looked better this month and is playing their best football of the season. Big East leading Pitt will host a Notre Dame team coming off a stunning home loss to Navy. Its another week that cannot be missed in college football!