Betting College Football – Games You Just Can’t Miss in 2010

When you are betting college football in 2010 you won’t be able to watch every game but there are some you just can’t miss.

What games do you absolutely need to be in front of the TV for when you make your college football betting online wagers?

Betting college football begins on Thursday, September 2nd but it is Monday, September 6th when the first can’t-miss game happens. You simply have to watch Boise State vs. Virginia Tech.  The winner is going to be a national title contender while the loser’s season is really over after the first game. That might sound harsh but it is reality.

The last time that Ohio State and Miami met the Buckeyes won a national championship. These two powers meet on September 11th in Columbus in a game you need to see. Another big game in September is Alabama at Arkansas for the Tide’s first road test of the season. The Hogs have Ryan Mallett at quarterback and he could lead Arkansas to a win.

Saturday, October 2nd – You don’t want to be going anywhere on Saturday, October 2nd.  It is going to be a great day of football at Sbg global sportsbook. The biggest game of the SEC season is that Saturday as Florida is at defending national champion Alabama. That same day the biggest game of the Big 12 season takes place as Texas faces Oklahoma.  When you are talking about the national championship picture, there is no bigger day than Oct. 2nd.

Nebraska’s biggest game of the year is October 16th when they host Texas.  This will be the final Big 12 game between these two long time rivals as Nebraska moves into the Big 10 next season.  This game could also have national title implications. That same day is another huge game in college football betting online odds as Wisconsin host Ohio State in the Big 10.

The Big 10 title race will probably come down to the game on November 20th as Iowa hosts Ohio State. The game could also be one of the few on Ohio State’s schedule that they could actually lose.  Last year the game went into overtime so you don’t want to miss this year’s contest.

The Pac-10 title could come down to December 4th when Oregon is at Oregon State.  Not many Pac-10 games will be must-see games in 2010 but this should be one of them.