|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football saw its landscape change right from the start last week when Nebraska scored a 27-12 NCAAF betting win in a downpour at Missouri. College football bettors were ready to cash in on Mizzou as the Tigers held a 13-0 4th quarter NCAAF betting lead before an epic implosion that stunned the sell out crowd.
As Nebraska re-established their national college football credentials, Florida reminded everyone in NCAAF betting why they are the top ranked team in college football betting as they beat LSU 13-3 in the hostile environment of Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night in Baton Rouge, LA. And while Florida QB Tim Tebow got the college football headlines, the Gator defense was the big difference as they manhandled LSU’s offense.
The Iowa Hawkeyes showed all college football handicappers that they are not about to go away as they have gotten off to their best start since 1985 at 6-0 straight up after their 30-28 home win over Michigan.
The seat is getting hotter for coach Bobby Bowden of Florida State as they lost to Georgia Tech 44-49 in a college football shootout that will only incite further rebellion with Seminole Nation. Tech will host Virginia Tech this week in an ACC first place showdown. Virginia Tech destroyed Boston College 48-14 last week for an easy college football payout. The Hokies are getting better each week and could get back into the college football national title picture.
Alabama looks to be the best team in the Southeastern Conference after Florida as they dominated Mississippi with an impressive 22-3 road win. Oklahoma State gained college football respect with a 36-31 win at Texas A&M, where they have struggled so badly in the past.
Ohio State gave Wisconsin a dose of reality with a 31-13 win as 15 point home favorites. The Badgers imploded with key breakdowns in all areas of the game to suffer their first loss of the season. UCLA also self destructed in a 10-24 home loss to resurgent Oregon as the Ducks are in the thick of the Pac 10 race.Texas toyed with Colorado in a 38-14 win as Colorado coach Dan Hawkins finally benched his son Cody after the QB threw a crucial “pick 6” in the 3rd quarter to spoil an upset bid.