Internet sports betting information tells us that Florida is the #1 team entering the 2009 college football season.
They received 53 of 59 first place votes in the USA Today preseason football coaches’ poll. Offshore sports betting told us that they were followed by Texas, Oklahoma, USC and Alabama to round out the top five.
Internet sports betting numbers had Ohio State at #6 followed by Virginia Tech, Penn State, LSU and Mississippi. The Longhorns had four of the other six first place votes as online betting numbers showed. USC received one first place vote as did Oklahoma.
The second ten as Internet sports betting info shows begins with Oklahoma State. They are followed by California, Georgia, Oregon, Georgia Tech, Boise State, TCU, Utah, Florida State and North Carolina. The final five as Internet sports betting info tells us are Iowa, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Brigham Young and Oregon State. The preseason rankings definitely have some flaws as they do every year in offshore sports betting. Utah is actually ranked ahead of BYU as Internet sports betting tells us, despite the fact the Utes lost a lot of players.
The rankings are going to get a big shake up early in the offshore sports betting season as in the second week it will be a major clash in Internet sports betting as USC visits Ohio State.
Florida is the clear cut #1 as they are the defending champions and a 2-1 Internet sports betting favorite at the sports book to win it all this year. They return Tim Tebow and perhaps the best defense in the country. They also have favorable Internet sports betting schedule with the toughest games being at LSU on October 10th and in Jacksonville against Georgia on October 31st. The Gators don’t have to play #5 Alabama or #10 Mississippi as Internet sports betting info shows.
The online betting game that will have the biggest impact on the rankings as Internet sports betting info shows is the huge clash between #2 Texas and #3 Oklahoma on October 17th.
Offshore sports betting stats tell us that the SEC has five Top 25 teams with four of them being in the Top 10. The Big 12, ACC and Pac-10 have four teams in the poll as Internet sports betting has it, while the Big 10 and Mountain West have three each.