NCAA Online Betting – Unbeatens in College Football

Alabama is number one, Ohio State is number two, Oregon is third, Boise is fourth and TCU is fifth.

And you know about Oklahoma and Nebraska but there are some other unbeatens who could make a mark in college football betting.  Let’s take a look at those teams.

Kansas State – You will get a first hand look at the 4-0 Wildcats on Thursday night as they host Nebraska. The odds makers don’t give them much of a shot as they are 12-point dogs to the Cornhuskers at Sbg global.

Michigan – The Wolverines have Denard Robinson and he is the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. The Big 10 is really not that great and Michigan could continue to stay unbeaten for a while. Robinson has passed for 1,008 yards with seven touchdowns and rushed for 905 yards with eight touchdowns.  The problem for Michigan is their defense sucks.  Eventually the Wolverines won’t be able to outscore an opponent.

Michigan State – The other Michigan team is also unbeaten at 5-0.  They have couple of nice wins against Notre Dame and Wisconsin. They have a brutal schedule so their unbeaten run is going to end but they don’t have to play Ohio State.

LSU – Somehow the Tigers are 5-0 but they are a fraud.  The team can’t throw the ball and Les Miles seems to have forgotten how to coach. LSU is going to lose this season and not just one game either.

Missouri – The Tigers are 4-0 but we don’t know how good they are yet. They will fall this month against Oklahoma and Nebraska.

Nevada – The Wolf Pack can score. They are fourth in the country in scoring at 44.6 points per game.  They don’t play anyone until meeting Boise State late in the season in a game they will probably lose.

Northwestern – The Wildcats are 5-0 but they haven’t played anyone either. They do have Dan Persa and he is a very good quarterback.

Oklahoma State – The Cowboys can score as they lead the Big 12 in scoring and total offense.  They play no defense so eventually, like Michigan they will find a way to lose against the NCAA online betting odds.

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