The Razorbacks (2-3 SU, 0-4 ATS) enter the game off of a 38-7 rout at home by Tim Tebow and the Florida Gators. Auburn (4-2 SU, 1-5 ATS) comes into this contest off of a tough 14-13 road loss to Vanderbilt where they squandered multiple opportunities to put the game away. The Razorbacks game against the Gators last week was a lot closer than the final score indicated.
College football betting fans who backed the Razorbacks received a bad beat when the Razorbacks failed to cover the 26.5-point spread despite being down only 10 points in the fourth quarter. RB Michael Smith was very impressive, amassing 176 total yards on 26 touches and scoring once for the team.
QB Casey Dick was once again mediocre however, completing 24-of-38 for 220 yards with an interception. The Razorbacks have now failed to cover five consecutive games against the closing NCAA football betting odds dating all the way back to last year’s 38-7 Cotton Bowl loss to Missouri.
Before last week’s defeat, the Tigers had beaten the Commodores 13 straight times and most of the games weren’t even close. As has been the case most of the season, the Tigers defense was outstanding while the offense struggled to move the ball.
With this information, it is no surprise that the under has cashed five times already this year for NCAA football gamblers in the Tigers six games. Auburn’s offense is currently ninth in the SEC in PPG churning out just 18.7 per game and dead last in third down completion percentage, only picking up 29.7% of its attempts.
Auburn has covered four of its last five against Arkansas according to the final college football odds. Right now the college football lines have the Tigers installed as 19-point home favorites in this game. You can wager on this game and all the other games this week at Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook, your place to gamble on NCAA football in 2008.
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