The Longhorns bring in one of the most high-powered offensive attacks in the country, averaging 49.5 PPG so far this season. On the other side of the ball, Colorado is licking its wounds after a rough 39-21 loss last week against the Seminoles in Jacksonville.
The Longhorns have been great for NCAA football betting fans that don’t mind laying the chalk, going 4-0 ATS despite being a 20+ point favorite in every game this far. Heisman Trophy contender Colt McCoy has been phenomenal so far this year, gaining 1296 total yards and accounting for 18 touchdowns after just four games.
Last week in their 52-10 win over Arkansas, WR Jordan Shipley was McCoy’s favorite target, catching eight balls for 83 yards and two scores. It is interesting to note that despite the Longhorns’ offensive prowess so far this season, three of their four games have gone under the ‘total’ per the closing NCAA football odds.
Not many Buffaloes fans can forget the last time their team faced the Longhorns. In the 2005 Big XII Championship Game, Vince Young ripped this defense apart en route to a crushing 70-3 win for Texas that covered the NCAA line by 41 points.
The good news for the Buffaloes is that the team is off to their best start in the Dan Hawkins era and a large part of that is due to his son QB Cody Hawkins. This season, Hawkins has thrown for 808 yards and nine touchdowns against just four interceptions for the black and gold.
Under Dan Hawkins however, the Buffaloes are just 2-8 SU for college football gamblers against Top 25 opponents. The current NCAA wagering line shows the Longhorns as 14-point road favorites. Betting on college football has never been as easy as it is this season with Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook.
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