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College football fans once again learned much about the overall NCAAF betting landscape last weekend and those lessons can be applied for profits the rest of the way. College football looks very much like the epic 2007 season in which a new team would emerge on top of the polls after shocking NCAAF betting results from the prior week.

The Miami Hurricanes look to be back as a college football power after their 33-17 blowout win over Georgia Tech last Thursday night for an easy NCAAF betting payoff.  Boise State was impressive in a Friday night 51-34 win and cover at Fresno State to again prove their college football betting worth as a top 10 non BCS team that can win in the most hostile environments.Michigan has shown no signs of slowing down as Rich Rodriguez’s Wolverines got the cash for the 3rd straight week in a 45-17 blowout home win over Eastern Michigan.

The shocking stunner that was reminiscent of the 2007 college football season was Washington’s 16-13 win over USC as whopping 22.5-point home dogs.  Once again USC head coach Pete Carroll has seen his team be embarrassed by a lesser foe and will have to spend the rest of the season trying to dig out from the blunder.

Florida got an unsatisfying 23-13 home win over hated Tennessee but the Volunteers got the college football cash as 28-point road dogs.  This was a great college football wagering lesson on how its dangerous to follow conventional wisdom as nearly everyone was predicting a Florida massacre at “The Swamp.”

A pair of impressive mid-majors suffered tough college football defeats last week as BYU was crushed at home by Florida State 28-54 as 6.5-point chalks while their hated rival Utah Utes lost at Oregon 24-31 as 4.5-point dogs.  Apparently Florida State isn’t as bad as many touted them to be and the Cougars may have been flat after two college football road games to start the year including their epic upset win over Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State continues to look like a college football overlay as they beat Rice 41-24 but never came close to covering as 31-point home chalks. Georgia showed their incredible depth, poise, and power pedigree as they rallied for a 52-41 win at Arkansas after falling behind early on to earn a nice payout in a hostile environment.

And Texas Tech looks a lot tougher than expected as they covered the 17-point spread in a 24-34 loss at Texas to an experienced Longhorn team touted as seeking revenge.  The Red Raiders defense looks to be for real and could make them a threat as the season progresses. Don’t miss week 4 action at!


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