|Written by Michelle Allan|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football odds for Thursday night will feature an outstanding Big East college football betting showdown of undefeated teams as South Florida hosts Cincinnati. College football odds handicappers will have what looks to be an even college football betting matchup of two well balanced teams.
The 8th ranked Cincinnati Bearcats have a college football odds record of 5-0 straight up and 3-1 against the spread. The Bearcats are coming off a 37-13 college football betting win at Miami-Ohio as they failed to cover they 29.5 point overlay on October 3, which was their last game. Cincinnati is one of the better balanced online betting teams with the college football odds as they rank 3rd overall for scoring and 10th overall for points allowed.
The Bearcats are one of the better passing teams with the college football odds and are led by quarterback Tony Pike, who has competed 67% of his passes for 1492 yards with 13 touchdowns and just 3 interceptions. His favorite receiver, Mardy Gilyard, is having a monster season with the college football odds and is getting Heisman Trophy attention as he has 38 catches for 515 yards and 7 touchdowns.
The 21st ranked South Florida Bulls have a college football odds record of 5-0 straight up and 3-1 against the spread. The Bulls are coming off a 34-20 win with the college football odds at Syracuse on October 3 as 7.5 point favorites. South Florida ranks 13th nationally for scoring and a rock solid 5th for points allowed. South Florida is more of a run oriented team with the college football odds and is led by BJ Daniels and Moise Plancher. Daniels has 291 yards with a 6.1 yards per carry average and 3 touchdowns, while Plancher has 239 yards with a 4.7 yards per carry average and 4 touchdowns.
South Florida continues to grow in esteem with gamblers and their signature win this year was at Florida State 17-7 as 14 point dogs on September 26. They are expecting a huge crowd for this Big East affair that will see the winner get the upper hand in the race. It won’t be easy, however, as Cincinnati has gotten the money in 5 consecutive games against the Bulls.