This college football handicapper shares valuable betting insight regarding Michigan State & their coach, Marc Dantonio, as well as the Spartans' betting trends, stats & more.
Spring practices programs around the country have wrapped up so it's a good time to look toward the coming season. Here are 3 teams, I believe have a rebuilding season ahead with their futures odds.
Dabo Swinney has been Clemson’s head coach since mid-season 2008. Unlike the coach currently eating grass at the other Death Valley, Swinney actually has a winning against-the-spread (ATS) record at Home ... barely, winning at a rate of 53.19%.
Alabama is the defending SEC champions and has won three of the past five conference title games so any contender has to go through Tuscaloosa. Here I rank the top-three teams to do that this coming season and their 5Dimes odds to win the SEC.
The Big 12 was the only Power 5 Conference left out of the first College Football Playoff. The league still won't have a conference title game in 2015 so will anything change in that regard? Let's break down the futures odds to win the Big 12.
For the first time since 2012, there isn't a Heisman winner returning to college football this coming season as Oregon's Marcus Mariota is now a Tennessee Titan. Does that mean a wide-open race this fall? Let's examine current Heisman odds.
Outside of Columbus, Ohio, arguably the most anticipated quarterback battle this spring and summer was at Notre Dame, which is sort of a high-profile school. However, that derby is over and it has nothing to do with what happened this spring.
Spring football has completed at the University of Wisconsin. And clearly the biggest question in Madison is if any player can fill the very big shoes of the departed Melvin Gordon. Here's a look at UW this season with 5Dimes futures odds.