2016 College Football: Week 7 Betting Recap
Week 7 Trends via BetLabsSports.com
Road: 30-21 ATS
Dogs: 31-21 ATS
Less than 30% of tickets: 5-2 ATS
Favorites getting less than 50% of tickets: 7-5 ATS
Road: 219-205 ATS (15 neutral site games)
Dogs: 228-211 ATS (66-40 ATS last 2 weeks)
Less than 30% of tickets: 81-70 ATS
Favorites getting less than 50% of tickets: 45-35 ATS
Biggest Moneyline Upsets in Week 7
Syracuse +1150 v Virginia Tech
New Mexico +475 v Air Force
Vanderbilt +475 at UGA
Arkansas +315 v Ole Miss
Biggest Moneyline Upsets this season
South Alabama +3000 at Mississippi St
Eastern Washington +2750 at Washington St
Syracuse +1150 vs. Virginia Tech
Albany +1125 at Buffalo
Ohio State is now 21-0 on the road under Urban Meyer including an impressive 14-7 ATS mark after the Buckeyes beat Wisconsin 30-23 in overtime.
Colorado is now 7-0 ATS this season after covering -11 vs. Arizona St. Florida Atlantic finally got an ATS win (1-6) after covering +12 at Marshall. Oregon is the only team yet to cover a game this year, while Colorado remains the lone undefeated ATS.
UMass was the only undefeated ATS team on the 1st half line (5-0 ATS) heading into this week, but failed to cover the 1H line vs. Louisiana Tech.
With Kansas’ 2nd half cover yesterday, NCAAF teams down 42+ at halftime this season have gone 10-3 ATS on the 2nd half line. They’re now 80-43 ATS since 2003.
Michigan State sealed the Under for their Season Win Total of 8.5 after losing another home game, this time to Northwestern. They join others who have sealed the Under including Notre Dame (9.5), UCLA (8.5), Oregon (8.5), Marshall (8.5), and Northern Illinois (8.5).
Colorado (4.5), Eastern Michigan (3.5), Wyoming (3), Hawaii (2.5) and North Texas (2.5) have gone Over their Season Win Total already.
NC State almost had Clemson beat with this late 33-yard FG, but to no avail. Clemson then went on to win in overtime:
Absolutely nobody wants to win this Clemson-NCST game https://t.co/9iHP4x7ZHq
— Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) October 15, 2016
Lamar Jackson went into the week at -170 but wasn’t great Friday night and only beat Duke 24-14. However, Dashaun Watson (+300) also struggled to get past NC State at home on Saturday, so odds likely won’t shift too much.
There are nearly 20 key players who are questionable for next week. You can view the status of every NCAAF player for free from our Injuries page.