|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football had some significant changes in the BCS standings within the top 10 but none within the top 8 spots after last weekend’s NCAAF betting action. College football fans see Florida, Alabama, Texas, TCU, Cincinnati, and Boise State as the top 6 teams as they all remained undefeated straight up after Saturday’s NCAAF betting matchups.
Cincinnati began the college football weekend with a NCAAF betting loss versus the spread when they beat West Virginia 24-21 as 10-point college football betting favorites on Friday. The Bearcats remain on a college football collision course with Pitt for the Big East title.
Florida scored a 24-14 win at South Carolina but failed to cover as 16-point chalks. The Gators are on a SEC collision course with Alabama, who clobbered Mississippi State 31-3 as 13-point road chalks. The two teams should meet in the SEC title game next month with the winner likely in the college football BCS title game.
Texas hammered Baylor 47-14 as 25.5-point road favorites and looks like the best contender to face the SEC winner in the BCS title game. The Longhorns have looked stronger after each college football weekend.
TCU scored the biggest college football win in school history when they beat TCU 55-28 as 17.5-point home favorites. The Horned Frogs will need one of the top 3 teams to slip up, however, to make the college football BCS title game.
Boise State destroyed a decent Idaho team 63-25 as 28-point home favorites to remain the other BCS buster with TCU.
USC was kicked out of the top 10 as they were humiliated and exposed as frauds in a 21-55 blowout loss at home to Stanford. The Men of Troy fell all the way to 18th in the BCS college football rankings.
Georgia Tech has the 8th spot in the BCS as they are 10-1 straight up afar a 49-10 win at Duke as 10-point favorites. The Jackets are the chalk to take the ACC title.
Pitt climbed to 9th in the BCS standings after their 27-22 home win over Notre Dame as 6-point chalks. Notre Dame coach Charlie Weiss is sitting on the hottest seat in the land.
Ohio State clinched the Big Ten title and climbed to 10th in the BCS with a 27-24 overtime win over Iowa as 13-point home chalks.
This weekend will hopefully answer more questions and clear up the top o the charts as college football heads down the stretch!