Are Good Rushing Teams Undervalued in Low Scoring College Football Games?

For a long time I’ve theorized that underdogs with an effective ground game are typically undervalued — especially in low scoring games. The logic behind this hypothesis was simple enough: If teams are able to rush the football effectively then they are able to continually move the chains, eat clock, and stay within striking distance of their opponent. The nation’s top…

College Football Week 5 Betting Recap

College Football Week 5 Betting Recap: – In what was hyped to be a competitive Top-25 meeting on Thursday night, UCLA clobbered ASU on their own turf 62-27. UCLA QB Brett Hundley improved his Heisman status yet again, moving from 25:1 to 20:1 by Friday morning and to 12:1 by Monday morning after compiling over…

2014-15 Heisman Odds

Heisman odds for the 2014-15 College Football season were released back in January and to nobody’s surprise Florida State QB Jameis Winston was the favorite to repeat as the nation’s most outstanding player. Pac-12 quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Brett Hundley, both of whom surprised NFL scouts by opting to return to school instead of declaring…

2014-15 College Football Championship Odds

Most sportsbooks have posted their 2014-15 College Football Championship Odds and, as expected, many of the usual suspects dominate the top spots. Below shows how the odds have fluctuated at Sportsbook.com over the course of the season: After these futures were released the well-respected 5Dimes sportsbook posted their own odds to win the new College…

College Football Week 4 Betting Recap

College Football Week 4 Betting Recap: – Thursday night’s game featured a crucial Top-25 matchup between public favorite Auburn and home dog Kansas State. Auburn entered the game winning 13 straight games ATS by an average of 12.23 points per game including last season’s BCS title game. – Auburn opened -7.5 and quickly moved to -10 behind…