Nebraska at Missouri State NCAA Football Betting

NCAA football betting on Thursday will feature a phenomenal Big 12 North college football betting matchup of a live home dog against a traditional power rival.

NCAA football betting handicappers have quite a decision to make in the college football betting matchup of Nebraska at Missouri.

Nebraska opened as a 3-point NCAA football betting favorite for this one even though Missouri is undefeated and has dominated the last 2 college football betting matchups between the teams.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers are definitely a NCAA football betting commodity that is on the rise. In just his second NCAA football betting season on the job head coach Bo Pelini has re-established the pride of Husker Nation and has the Big Red in the conversation as a legitimate Big 12 title contender. Nebraska enters this NCAA football betting matchup with a record of 3-1 straight up and a perfect 4-0 against the spread with 3 out of those 4 games going under the total. Nebraska is coming off a 55-0 blowout win over Louisiana Lafayette as 30-point NCAA football betting home favorites.

The Missouri Tigers faced a great deal of NCAA football betting skepticism heading into this year as they lost 6 starters on offense and 7 on defense including super stars Chase Daniel, Jeremy Maclin, and Chase Coffman. But head coach Gary Pinkel is proving that he has built a college football betting commodity that can quickly replace key players with new recruits that are just as good if not better. Mizzou has an NCAA football betting record of 4-0 straight up and 3-1 against the spread with 3 out of those 4 games having gone under the total. Mizzou last played on Friday, September 25 at Nevada and scored an impressive 31-21 NCAA football betting win as 7-point chalks.

Missouri has dominated this NCAA football betting series in recent years with 3 straight payoffs at home against the Huskers and 4 covers in the last 6 meetings overall. In 2007 Mizzou clobbered Nebraska 41-6 as 6.5-point home chalks and last year beat the Huskers in Lincoln 52-17 as 10.5-point road favorites.

The winner of this one will take control of the Big 12 North division!