NCAA Online Betting – Florida Laying 35 Points in Season Opener

One of the biggest favorites in NCAA online betting on Saturday, September 4th is the Florida Gators. They are laying 35 points at home to Miami of Ohio.

Let’s take a look at what should be a rout in college football betting.

NCAA online betting at Sbg is going to be all over the Gators in this game.  Florida is at home, they have a high powered offense and they are playing rotten Miami.  It sounds like a rout.

New Florida Quarterback:  You probably have not heard of John Brantley but by the end of the year he will be a household name. He is not going to run the ball like Tim Tebow but he is going to throw it all over the field.  Brantley is going to put up fantastic numbers and Florida is going to score a lot of points.

Speed to Burn:  Florida has one of the fastest players in the country in Jeff Demps. He should have a field day against Miami of Ohio in the opener.  Florida has a very good offensive line so Brantley will have time to throw and the holes should be huge for Demps and others.

Miami of Ohio:  The Red Hawks were not a good team last year and that is putting it mildly.  They officially sucked as they went 1-11.  They were at least somewhat better against the spread as they went 5-7. They were non-competitive against Kentucky and Boise State last season and it may not be much better against Florida.

The offense for Miami of Ohio is not very good but at least there is some hope with speedster Willie Culpepper.  Miami’s quarterback is not bad as Zac Dysert did have his moments in 2009. With Florida laying so many points it might be possible for Dysert or Culpepper to score a late TD.

The Miami defense was terrible last year and they are not going to stop Florida so it is only a matter of the final score.

Lay the Wood:  There is only one way to go in this game and that is to take Florida. Maybe Miami can get a couple of late scores to cover but do you really want to hope for that?  It is more likely that Florida wins 49-0.

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