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- The Fighting Irish haven't won a national championship since 1988, but the 2015 team could be a major contender. The Irish are +3500 at sportsbooks to win the National Title.
- Here's a look at the early favorites to win the College Football Playoff next January with NCAA football odds keeping in mind that spring camps are just around the corner.

The University of Alabama football team are listed at +900 on College Football odds to win the National Championship. Find out if we consider the Crimson Tide legit to be contenders in 2015.

- Michigan interim athletic director Jim Hackett hit a grand slam in being able to lure Jim Harbaugh from the NFL to coach his alma mater. NCAA football odds list UM at 8.5 wins.

The Ducks fell short in the national championship game and now have to get ready for life without star quarterback, Marcus Mariota. Let's see what Oregon has to look forward to next season.

- Before diving into the best and worst College Football teams where the betting total is concerned, let's give it up for the 2014-2015 NCAA Football National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes!
- Early-entry deadline for the 2015 NFL Draft has passed so we now know, what players will be returning to which NCAA football contenders next season. Here we examine No. 1 Ohio State. futures NCAAF odds.

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- Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones surprised many when he announced he was returning to school instead of declaring for the NFL draft. What does this mean from a betting standpoint?

This experienced College Football betting adviser pinpoints a certain strategy which results in highly accurate picks placed against-the-spread, which he refers to as the "AFP method."

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Monday, March 30, 2015
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