Online Gambling – TCU Wins Big Over Utah, Moves Up to #3 in AP Poll

December 1, 2010 Online Gambling

The TCU Horned Frogs got a very impressive win against the online gambling odds this past week against the Utah Utes and TCU moved up in the polls.

TCU is now at #3 in the AP poll and probably just needs either Oregon or Auburn to lose one of their remaining games to play in the BCS title game.  Oregon is still #1 in the AP poll and the favorite at Internet gambling companies to play for the national title while Auburn is #2.

TCU 47-7 over Utah
The win by TCU at Utah was so impressive that the Horned Frogs moved up to #3 in the AP poll while Boise State fell to #4. LSU was a big mover as well with their win over Alabama as they moved up to #5.  The Tigers are the highest rated one-loss team.  The Crimson Tide’s loss dropped them all the way to #11. There are seven teams from the SEC in the Top 25. Wisconsin moved up to #6 while Stanford is #7. Ohio State, Nebraska and Michigan State completes the Top 10 of the AP poll.

Second Ten
Alabama begins the second ten at #11 and they are followed by Oklahoma State, Iowa, Arkansas and Utah.  The Utes dropped a ton after their loss to TCU. Virginia Tech is at #16 and they are followed by Mississippi State, Arizona, Oklahoma and Missouri. The last five are Nevada, South Carolina Texas A&M, Florida and Central Florida.

Central Florida moved into the rankings at #25. They are ranked for the first time in school history. Texas A&M moved into the rankings for the first time since 2007. The Aggies got big upset win this past week against Oklahoma as they won and covered the football odds at Internet gambling companies.

Three teams dropped out of the rankings this week. They are Florida State, North Carolina State and Baylor.

This week there are some big games on the board in online gambling at the Sbg global sportsbook that will shake up the rankings.  Florida and South Carolina meet this week with the winner going to the SEC Championship game. The top two teams in the poll could be tested this week as Oregon goes to California while Auburn hosts Georgia.

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