Bet on College Football – Ole Miss Heavily Favored at Tulane in ESPN 2 Game

Gamblers who bet on college football will be looking for Mississippi to bounce back from last week’s shocking loss to Jacksonville State with a big win at Tulane on Saturday night.

Ole Miss is laying almost three touchdowns in college football betting in this game that can be seen on ESPN 2.

Tulane must be a really bad team if Ole Miss is laying 20.5 on the road at Sbgglobal.  Mississippi gave up so many points last week it was hard to keep up.  The odds makers don’t seem to care though as Ole Miss is heavily favored at Tulane.

49-48 Loss Last Week – Mississippi lost to Jacksonville State last week 49-48 in double overtime.  The Rebels looked to have the game in hand but their defense gave up a big lead and they lost in overtime. Tulane was able to come up with a 27-21 win over Southeastern Louisiana last Thursday night.

Jeremiah Masoli – Mississippi head coach Houston Nutt has said that both Nathan Stanley and Masoli will play this week but it is not going to be long before Masoli gets all the snaps.  Masoli threw for 109 yards and ran for another 29 in limited action last week. Brandon Bolden had 104 yards and a TD on 17 carries, while Enrique Davis added 61 yards and two scores. Offense was not the problem for Mississippi. The Rebels defense simply quit playing last week. They gave up 36 points after the fourth quarter started.

Tulane beat Southeastern Louisiana last week but who really cares?  Tulane was still not very good in the win. Quarterback Ryan Griffin was sacked four times lost a fumble and threw a pick. The defense played well but the level of competition was weak.

Ole Miss Should Win and Cover – The way to go when you bet on college football in this game is to take Mississippi. The Rebels are 8-0 ATS in their last 8 non-conference games and they are 10-4 ATS in their last 14 road games. The Green Wave are 8-21-1 ATS in their last 30 home games. The Green Wave are 2-7 ATS in their last 9 games overall. Ole Miss leads the all-time series with Tulane, 41-28.