NCAA Online Betting – TCU Heavily Favored to Rout Wyoming

TCU is heavily favored in NCAA online betting to destroy Wyoming on Saturday. The fifth-ranked and unbeaten Horned Frogs are 34-point favorites at the Sbg sportsbook.

There probably won’t be many people who take Wyoming plus the points but TCU has not been that great against the college football betting point spread this season at 2-3.

TCU won last week by a score of 27-0 against Colorado State and that sounds really impressive until you realize they were laying 32.5.  Head coach Gary Patterson is aware that despite the 27-0 final score his team did not play well. He said that if they play like that at Utah later in the season they are going to lose.

TCU Domination – TCU won last season by a score of 45-10 against Wyoming so you can see where the odds makers are getting this point spread from.  TCU has won four of the six games all-time in this series.

Nothing to Like about Wyoming – Okay, we said that TCU is just 2-3 against the spread so maybe you are thinking those 34 points look good. They really don’t. There is nothing to like about Wyoming. They were blown out by Boise by a score of 51-6 and TCU is definitely in the same class as Boise State. Wyoming is 110th in total defense with 448.0 yards per game allowed this season. TCU is seventh in the country in rushing yards per game and they are going to gash this Wyoming defense.

Trends are Interesting – You have to like TCU in this game but you can make a case for Wyoming based on the trends. The Cowboys are 8-0 ATS in their last 8 road games and they are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games as an underdog. The Horned Frogs are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games as a favorite.
The one positive trend for TCU is that they are 4-0-1 against the NCAA online betting odds in the last five games against Wyoming. If you want to bet the total then keep in mind that eight of the last Wyoming games have gone under. Four of the last five TCU conference games have gone over. Seven of their last 12 home games have gone over.

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