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NCAA college football gambling is truly an American treasure and anyone that has ever tried betting on college football will surely tell you the same thing. What makes college football betting so exciting is that NCAA football is so unpredictable. Even to the untrained sports gambling eye, a simple glance at the college football betting odds should make this apparent.

 

NFL football betting odds are usually set once the line is out with point spreads ranging from three or four points. However in college football betting, it is not at all uncommon to see a team -30 in NCAA football odds. That amount of points would blow the mind of a pro football bettor but it is nothing out of the ordinary for college football betting fans.

Such huge point spreads, as any college football wagering fan can attest are more often than not the norm for the college football betting. Whereas the pro football betting tends to be very controlled and calculated, anything seems to go in NCAA football gambling.

A score of 65-0? Happens all the time in college football betting and that’s exactly why fans are so crazy to place a college football bet. But placing a college football bet is about more than just trying to gamble on a long shot college football betting spread. No, college football betting is more a feeling.

The excitement and the emotion that surrounds any college football game is for more interesting that you will find at the professional level. Fans have a real passion for college football betting teams and that is probably the greatest single factor in differentiating the two types of football betting.

The college football betting represents a history and tradition and pride, something that is not all that common these days at the pro level.

The connection to a university team is obviously much greater for most fans than to a pro team because a university team may represent much more than football, but also a connection to that person as former student an alumni. And no matter how hard the pro game tries it can never come close to rivaling that sentiment.

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Alabama Stops Mississippi State's Unbeaten Run

Even though the Mississippi State Bulldogs had the top spot on the college playoff rankings list, the #5 Alabama Crimson Tide were still -9.5 favorites to win at Bryant-Denney Stadium. The Crimson Tide did not cover the spread but they still had a major win with a 25-20 victory over the Bulldogs.

The Tide got on the board first after Josh Robinson was tackled in his own end zone. This led to a field goal by Adam Griffith.

Wisconsin Beats Nebraska On Melvin Gordon's Big Day

To say that Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon had a banner day would be an understatement. Gordon set a new record during the Badgers' 59-24 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers this Saturday in Madison. Gordon set the record for the most rushing yards in a single FBS game with 408 yards. He broke the record that was set by TCU's LaDainian Tomlinson in 1999 but just two yards.

Georgia Bulldogs Take on Florida Gators

Since 1915, the Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs have competed almost annually in one of college football's most storied rivalries. The two teams are heading to the neutral EverBank Field in Jacksonville for the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party but with different forms of momentum.

East Carolina Pirates Keep Bowl Hopes Alive With Win Over UConn

The East Carolina Pirates have made it a goal to potentially reach the Peach Bowl or another Selection Committee bowl game this season. The Pirates were -28 favorites to beat the Connecticut Huskies but the game ended up being much harder than what anyone could have expected as the Pirates only won 31-21 during their home game in Greenville.

No. 3 Ole Miss Favored On Road Over No. 23 LSU

Without a doubt, the biggest matchup in the SEC this weekend features two ranked teams. The No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels face the No. 23 Louisiana State Tigers at 7:15 PM ET in Tiger Stadium.

Seminoles Huge Favorite Over Fighting Irish in Big Matchup

Without a doubt, the biggest game of the weekend in college football features the No. 5 Notre Dame Fighting Irish playing the No. 2 Florida State Seminoles. The game a Doak Campbell Stadium is scheduled to kick off at 8:00 PM ET.

Michigan Slight Home Favorites Over Penn State

Let's take a look at what could be a very close matchup this week in college football. The Penn State Nittany Lions take on the Michigan Wolverines in a late game. Kickoff is 7:00 PM ET at Michigan Stadium.

Stanford Slight Road Favorites Over Notre Dame

The Stanford Cardinal and Notre Dame Fighting Irish have taken on each other every year since 1997 in a rivalry that dates back to 1925. The Irish have an 18-10 lead in the series but the Cardinal has won four of the last five games after snapping a seven-game streak for the Irish earlier in the 2000s. The teams will be competing with one another at Notre Dame Stadium. This game is expected to be a little closer than what last year's game was like as the two teams are very close to one another in the national rankings.

Can USC Bounce Back Against Oregon State?

The USC Trojans and Oregon State Beavers will be competing in a game taking place late at night on the west coast. The game will be held at the Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. This will bring a nationally-ranked USC team against an Oregon State team that has won its first three games and will be looking to try and drum up the demand for more votes in the national polls.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Syracuse Orange Betting Preview

The Syracuse Orange will host the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at a neutral site this weekend. The game will take place at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. This is not an ACC conference game in spite of how Notre Dame has a strong deal to play many ACC teams in football in the future. Notre Dame is an ACC member in every other sport though; it is still independent from a football perspective.

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