College Football Betting Top 25 with College Betting Lines

College football betting fans looking for a team to go unbeaten in 2007 should review the College Football Betting Top 25.

College football betting Top 25 is led by #1 USC who received 45 first place votes to lead the USA Today college football Top 25 poll. The Trojans are followed by #2 LSU who received four first place votes in the college football Top 25 poll. College football betting fans see that defending National Champion Florida is #3 in the college football Top 25. They received 9 first place votes in the poll. Texas is #4 followed by #5 Michigan who received the other 2 first place votes in the college football Top 25 poll.

College football betting lines will show that rounding out the top 10 in the college football Top 25 poll are West Virginia, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and Ohio State. At #11 in the college football Top 25 poll is Louisville followed by California, Georgia, Auburn and Tennessee. At #16 is Rutgers in the college football Top 25 followed by UCLA, Penn State, Nebraska and Arkansas. Rounding out the college football Top 25 are Florida State, TCU, Boise State, Hawaii and Texas A&M.

While the Trojans lead the college football Top 25 poll they do not have an easy schedule. It is ranked as the 8th most difficult in the nation and includes games against Notre Dame, Nebraska, California, Oregon and UCLA. The 2nd ranked team in the college football Top 25 poll, LSU also has a tough road to a title. College football betting fans know that LSU must face defending national champion Florida and ACC contender Virginia Tech, along with SEC West rivals Auburn, Arkansas and Alabama.

The good news for LSU though is that almost all of their tough games are at home. Defending champion Florida, who is 3rd in the college football Top 25 also has a tough slate as they face the 7th most difficult schedule in the country. College football betting fans know that the SEC is the toughest conference in the country and the teams in the conference have difficult schedules. College football betting fans may want to know that the team that faces the toughest schedule in 2007 is Washington. The Huskies face 9 teams that went to bowl games a year ago.

College football betting fans that are looking for a team to go unbeaten might want to look at Texas who is #5 in the college football Top 25 poll. The Longhorns do not have nearly as difficult a schedule as other top teams. Their three toughest games are all at home against TCU, Nebraska and Oklahoma. Their only real road test is the finale at Texas A&M. It could be that the Longhorns finish the season #1 in the college football Top 25 poll.