|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football rankings have significantly changed after this past weekend of NCAAF betting that saw several teams make statements about where they belong. College football bettors have seen the Texas Longhorns climb to rank 2nd in the BCS charts after their 41-14 NCAAF betting payout at Oklahoma State.
The Longhorns have lost just 1 out of their last 5 college football matchups with the NCAAF betting board and now control their own destiny for the BCS title game in January. Quarterback Colt McCoy is coming off his best 2 games of the season and is back in the Heisman Trophy race.
The Oregon Ducks erased any college football betting doubts about their ability to play with the best as they destroyed Southern Cal 47-20 as 4-point college football home dogs. USC also made a very clear college football statement that they are overrated and no longer the lone power of the Pac-10.
A college football commodity that is lurking quietly in the background are the LSU Tigers, who scored a 42-0 home win over Tulane to improve to 7-1 straight up and still in the hunt for bigger and better things if Florida, Texas, Iowa, Boise State, Cincinnati, TCU, and or Alabama slip up in the final month of action. Florida had one of its most impressive college football performances of the season with a 41-17 win over Georgia as 16-point chalks.
Boise State scored another big college football payout on their famed Blue Carpet with a 45-7 win over San Jose State as 32.5-point chalks. The Broncos are the main threat to be a BCS Buster. Iowa remained undefeated in ranked 4th in the BCS with a stirring 42-24 win over Indiana in which they scored 28 4th quarter points. The Hawkeyes have the inside track to the Big Ten title.
Cincinnati remained the top team in the Big East with a 28-7 college football win at Syracuse as 15-point favorites. The Bearcats still have conference rivals Connecticut, West Virginia, and Pitt on the schedule along with a resurgent Illinois team.
Illinois stunned everyone with a 38-13 blowout win over Michigan as 7-point home dogs as the Wolverines slide continued after a surprisingly hot start. Notre Dame has quietly emerged as a BCS Bowl contender as they are now 6-2 following a 40-14 win over Washington State. The Irish have a relatively easy schedule the rest of the way.
Georgia Tech passed a tough road assignment at Vanderbilt with a 56-31 win as 13.5-point favorites to remain the favorite to take the ACC title. TCU improved to 8-0 with a 41-0 blowout win over UNLV as 33-point favorites to remain the main BCS Buster rival of Boise State. Alabama had a much needed week off as they prepared for the November stretch run on their collision course with Florida for the SEC title and berth in the BCS title game.