|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football odds players have an incredible list of college football betting action to handicap for an October 31 that offers plenty of potential tricks and treats. College football odds bettors will have a potentially dangerous Halloween list of college football betting matchups that will have significant BCS implications.
Number 1 Florida will meet Georgia at Jacksonville in the renewal of what is known as the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.” The Gators are 7-0 straight up but just 2-3-1 with the college football odds. Georgia is only 4-3 straight up and 2-5 with the college football odds. The Gators killed the Bulldogs last year 49-10. Florida has looked sloppy in their last 2 wins over Arkansas and Mississippi State.
Number 3 Texas faces a serious potential trap as they take on number 14 Oklahoma State in a Saturday night matchup with the college football odds. The Longhorns have beaten the college football odds in 4 out of their last 5 trips to Stillwater and are playing their best football of the season following wins over Oklahoma and Mizzou. The Cowboys are also playing their best football of the college football betting season and are coming off impressive
One of the best matchups on the board comes from the Pac 10 as Number 12 Oregon hosts Number 4 Southern Cal. Oregon has beaten the college football odds 5 consecutive times heading into this one while sloppy USC is 6-1 straight up but just 2-5 with the college football odds. The winner of this one has the inside track to the Rose Bowl. USC has covered 4 out of their last 6 at Oregon.
Number 5 Cincinnati is not expected to have much trouble with the college football odds at Syracuse and neither is number 6 Boise State, who will host a weak San Jose State team.
Undefeated and 7th ranked Iowa will host an Indiana team coming off an epic collapse in a 28-29 loss at Northwestern in which they led 28-3 in the 2nd quarter. Iowa scored a thrilling win at Michigan State on the game’s final play.
TCU should have an easy time at home against UNLV after their huge statement making win at BYU last week. TCU is a potential BCS buster and will be looking for “style points” in this one.
Kansas will be at Texas Tech as the Jayhawks try and snap a 2-game losing streak and gain respect for the much maligned Big 12 North division. Tech, as always, has one of the best passing attacks in the nation.
Miami will try to regroup at Wake Forest, Penn State will try to fend off pesky Northwestern for another road win, Oklahoma hosts a resurgent Kansas State team, and Tennessee hosts South Carolina in a game both must have.All in all, it’s another fabulous week of college football!