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Bet on NCAAFCollege football proved again last weekend to be the most exciting sport to bet on as NCAAF betting fans again saw incredible finishes and upsets that defied explanation. College football has no greater reputation for NCAAF betting thrills than in the southeastern conference and that was again re-confirmed last week in LSU’s 20-13 win at Georgia.

LSU led this college football classic 6-0 heading into a wild 4th quarter in which the NCAAF betting lead changed 4 times including 3 times in the final 2:53 before Charles Scott ran 33 yards for a TD at the 46 second mark to keep LSU undefeated and beat the college football betting board as 2-point dogs.

Another phenomenal college football result was Michigan State’s 26-20 overtime win over their hated intra-state rivals from Michigan.  State allowed the Wolverines a late TD to send the game into overtime before winning in the extra session on a long run to get back into the college football bowl race. The Iowa Hawkeyes had a close college football scare in their 24-21 home win over Arkansas State as 21.5-point chalks in an obvious letdown after their huge win last week at Penn State.

The Miami Hurricanes demonstrated that they are back in the top shelf of college football as they defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 21-20 as 6-point home dogs.  OU continues to struggle without Sam Bradford and is out of the national title hunt with 2 losses.

Houston went from the college football penthouse to the outhouse with their 41-58 loss at lightly regarded UTEP last week as 15-point chalks.  The Cougars had nothing left in the tank after their epic win last week over Texas Tech.

USC clearly outclassed a California team that was gunning for them in a 30-3 win as 6.5-point road chalks.  The loss exposed Cal as an overrated  college football commodity as it was their second consecutive bad loss against a good conference opponent. Texas A&M proved to be fat on cupcakes and not ready for prime time in their 19-47 blowout loss to Arkansas as 2-point dogs in Cowboys Stadium.  It was the Aggies first loss of the year.

Last week was another reminder that in NCAA football you can never be too sure!College football proved again last weekend to be the most exciting sport to bet on as NCAAF betting fans again saw incredible finishes and upsets that defied explanation.

College football has no greater reputation for NCAAF betting thrills than in the southeastern conference and that was again re-confirmed last week in LSU’s 20-13 win at Georgia.

LSU led this college football classic 6-0 heading into a wild 4th quarter in which the NCAAF betting lead changed 4 times including 3 times in the final 2:53 before Charles Scott ran 33 yards for a TD at the 46 second mark to keep LSU undefeated and beat the college football betting board as 2-point dogs.

Another phenomenal college football result was Michigan State’s 26-20 overtime win over their hated intra-state rivals from Michigan.  State allowed the Wolverines a late TD to send the game into overtime before winning in the extra session on a long run to get back into the college football bowl race.

The Iowa Hawkeyes had a close college football scare in their 24-21 home win over Arkansas State as 21.5-point chalks in an obvious letdown after their huge win last week at Penn State.

The Miami Hurricanes demonstrated that they are back in the top shelf of college football as they defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 21-20 as 6-point home dogs.  OU continues to struggle without Sam Bradford and is out of the national title hunt with 2 losses.

Houston went from the college football penthouse to the outhouse with their 41-58 loss at lightly regarded UTEP last week as 15-point chalks.  The Cougars had nothing left in the tank after their epic win last week over Texas Tech.

USC clearly outclassed a California team that was gunning for them in a 30-3 win as 6.5-point road chalks.  The loss exposed Cal as an overrated  college football commodity as it was their second consecutive bad loss against a good conference opponent.

Texas A&M proved to be fat on cupcakes and not ready for prime time in their 19-47 blowout loss to Arkansas as 2-point dogs in Cowboys Stadium.  It was the Aggies first loss of the year. Last week was another reminder that in NCAA football you can never be too sure!

 

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