Wednesday College Football Betting – Central Florida at Marshall on ESPN

Marshall is just 1-4 this season but they have played just one conference game so far this season so they have hope of turning things around in college football betting on Wednesday against Central Florida.

Marshall is about a touchdown underdog and gamblers who bet on college football might give them a look on Wednesday.

Central Florida -6.5 at the Sbg global sportsbook – Central Florida is favored in this Wednesday game on ESPN.  Marshall has not played well this season under first-year head coach Doc Holliday. They were routed by Southern Miss in their last game and really were not competitive.  Central Florida has a poor quarterback in Brian Anderson but he is probably going to play again this week because backup A.J. Graham is hurt.

Five in a Row – Central Florida has won the last five games against Marshall. Last year it was close but the Knights still pulled out a 21-20 win as Marshall blew a 20-7 lead. Central Florida is 3-2 on the season and they are coming off a big win against UAB.

Wednesday Betting Trends – The Knights are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 conference games. The Knights are 9-1 ATS in their last 10 road games. The
Knights are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games as a favorite. The Knights are 6-2-1 ATS in their last 9 games in October. The Thundering Herd is 6-2 ATS in their last 8 Wednesday games. The Thundering Herd is 12-4 ATS in their last 16 games as a home underdog. The Thundering Herd is 0-4 against the spread in their last 4 conference games. They are 0-4 in college football betting at home in the last four meetings against Central Florida.

The Total – If you want to bet on college football and make a wager on the total there are few numbers to consider. The Over is 4-0-1 in the Knights last 5 games against a team with a losing record. The Over is 4-0 in the Knights last 4 conference games. The Under is 5-0 in Marshall’s last 5 games as a home underdog. The Over is 4-1 in Marshall’s last 5 games overall. Six of the last eight in this series have gone under the total.