College Football Betting

NCAA 2015 October Craziest Month So Far

Yes, the 2015 NCAA Football season in October 2015 had some crazy game endings, and several coaching jobs became available, some of which most expected and others that came as a surprise. Plus, we the fans got to experience some of the craziest and exciting game endings in recent events.

Week 9 Notre Dame vs. Temple Betting Odds and Preview

Moving on in the 2015 NCAA Football Regular Season and Week 9 on the 31st of October 2015 with the No. 9 Fighting Irish of Notre Dame 6-1 (FBS Independents) playing at the No. 21 Owls of Temple 7-0 (American Athletic-East) with the game being played at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and kick-off scheduled for 8:05 PM ET and seen on ABC TV.

Week 8 Gators of Florida vs. Bulldogs of Georgia Betting Odds

This Saturday the 31st of October 2015 we have a very interesting game for this 2015 NCAA Football season in Week 9 with the SEC rivals of the East Division, the 6-2 Gators of Florida (SEC East 4-1) playing the 5-2 Bulldogs of Georgia (SEC East 3-2) playing at the EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida with the kick-off scheduled for 3:35 PM ET and seen on CBS TV.

Gamecocks of South Carolina at Aggies of Texas A&M Week 9 Preview

Moving on in Week 9 of the NCAA Football Regular Season we find 2 more SEC rivals playing this Saturday the 31st of October 2015 with the 2-4 Gamecocks of South Carolina (SEC East 1-4) playing at rival 5-2 Aggies of Texas A&M (SEC West 2-2) with the game being played at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas with kick-off scheduled for 12:05 PM ET and seen on ESPN TV.

Rebels of Ole Miss at Tigers of Auburn Week 9 Betting Odds

With the Week 9 of the 2015 NCAA Football season upon us, this Saturday the 31st of October 2015 we have a Halloween special with the 2 SEC West Division rivals as the 6-2 Rebels of Ole Miss travel to play the 4-3 Auburn Tigers with the game played at the Jordane-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama with kick-off scheduled for 12:05 PM ET and seen on ESPN TV.

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