Oklahoma and Texas are the class of the Big 12 and offer the best chance at representing the conference in the 2019 College Football Playoff. West Virginia is a live dark horse candidate as well. Here's why one will play in the bracket tournament for the national title.
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The Big 12 is in danger of leaving a team out of the College Football Playoff for the third time in five years. The betting market is cool on the high-octane conference with the top contenders dealing with inexperience, exploitable weaknesses and tough schedules.
The Big Ten surprisingly missed out on the College Football Playoff for the first time last year. Expect a return in the 2018-19 season. Here’s why:
The Big Ten missed the College Football Playoff for the first time last year, and chances are high it could happen again in the 2018 season. The competition is strong and divisions unbalanced. Expect the league to batter each other once again.
Only three times in NCAA history has a school had back-to-back Heisman winners. Might Oklahoma join that exclusive club this year with either Kyler Murray or Rodney Anderson?
The SEC introduces five new head football coaches for the 2018 season, tying the conference record for most ever to begin a year. If betting futures, don’t expect much change from last season. Here’s a look at how new hires fared in the win-loss department since 2005, and a couple of betting angles to consider.
Can West Virginia Crash the CFP? Grier Win the Heisman? You Bet
The West Virginia offense led by quarterback Will Grier has the pieces to contend for a national title. Bettors need to jump on favorable Heisman Trophy and championship odds now.
Transfers Who Could Have Large Impact in 2018
Talk of football never stops, not even in college. This is particularly true in the South and has become increasingly evident across the country where professional sports teams are not part of the lan...
The betting market for which player will go first in the 2019 NFL Draft are far away, but bettors can certainly narrow down the pool now to ready their bankroll for opening odds. Here are the top candidates.
Oregon has fallen from the ranks of the national elite over the past three years, but the Ducks could get back into College Football Playoff contention in 2018 with likely the nation’s easiest schedule.
Could UCF’s McKenzie Milton Win Heisman at a Non-Power 5 School?
One of the top returning quarterbacks in college football next season is Central Florida's McKenzie Milton. Could he upset the establishment by winning a Heisman Trophy?
The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL Draft has come and gone and Stanford is one clear winner with the return of star running back Bryce Love, the 2017 Heisman runner-up.