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.
College Football Picks
The upcoming 2018 college football season is intriguing on many levels. A number of top programs are unsure of their starting quarterback, making betting futures and spring practices captivating.
The West Virginia offense led by quarterback Will Grier has the pieces to contend for a national title. Expect 40-plus points regularly and video game numbers from the senior signal caller. Bettors need to jump on favorable Heisman Trophy and championship odds now.
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 landscape.
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?
With Harbaugh on Hot Seat, Michigan Has Toughest 2018 Schedule
Strength of schedule is a very important part of college football and a team's playoff chances. So, it's both good and bad news that it appears Michigan has the nation's toughest 2018 slate.
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.
We have point spreads already? Yes! 5Dimes has numbers up for some Week 1 NCAAF games, including a showdown between Washington and Auburn.