We're getting close to the start of another college football season, meaning it's about time we check in and look over the futures odds once again.
When handicapping college football, it’s important to factor in the weather for each respective game. Let’s take a look and see how it affects the betting lines.
It's likely going to be a battle between Florida State and Clemson for top honors in the ACC. Let's look over the Seminoles' chances on the college football odds board for the coming season.
Earlier this summer, I looked at one coach in each Power 5 Conference who was on the hot seat entering the 2015 season. And no seat is hotter than that of Miami's Al Golden. Can UM win enough to save his job? We examine with 5Dimes odds.
Before placing your College Football picks for this week 1 matchup, know that Boise State has covered 65% of their games ATS, oddsmakers still believe this could be tight with a spead of just 10.5.
Sports books and College Football Odds makers send Ohio State on the road as 13 point favorite as they face Virginia Tech in Week 1. True betting value lies with the number one team in the country.
Ole Miss seems on the verge of contending for something big, such as a division title. Bookmakers are offering some tempting futures odds on the Rebels for this season. But great expectations can be tough to play with.
The Tigers, with Deshaun Watson leading the way, are the current favorites to win the ACC and should be challenging nationally as well. Our NCAA football odds preview is inside.
We're taking a look at the college football futures odds in the SEC divisions and making our picks for which two schools will wind up in the conference championship.
Will Purdue's Boilermakers be able to exceed their 2015 futures total of 4.0 wins? There's only one way to find out, and it's by reading this betting preview that includes a college football pick.
Our professional college football analyst continues on his plight to provide us with another Big Ten team preview. This time it will be the Illinois “Fighting Illini” that’s featured.
The Iowa Hawkeyes are just a .500 team over the last three seasons, and below par against the spreads. Will they be any better this season? This handicapper isn't betting on it.