BCS wagering on powerhouse teams such as the Oklahoma Sooners and Florida Gators must be an evaluation of true value in comparison to the number posted on the BCS odds. BCS wagering fans have long respected both Oklahoma and Florida as BCS odds powerhouses and this year certainly did nothing to take away from those perceptions.
Oklahoma has the strange BCS wagering intangible, however, of losing to the Texas Longhorns and yet beating them out on the BCS odds board due to the Big 12 conference’s tie breaker method.
Many in the BCS wagering community believe that Texas was robbed but Oklahoma has certainly done its share of work against the college football odds to prove that they belong in this showdown.
Head coach Bob Stoops and the Sooners have disappointed BCS wagering fans in recent years, however, and that is something that will be factored into the college football odds.
The Sooners most epic BCS wagering fiasco was when they lost the Fiesta Bowl in January 2007 to Boise State in a memorable game that has often been labeled a “miracle”.
Last season Stoops and the Sooners further frustrated the BCS wagering public with a massive letdown against West Virginia, who was playing in the midst of a coaching change and plenty of distractions. The Florida Gators and Urban Meyer are one of the most respected programs in all of BCS wagering.
Meyer and his team travel down state to Miami and will have plenty of fan support with them at Dolphins Stadium.
A potential BCS wagering intangible would be Gator quarterback Tim Tebow being highly motivated to show up OU signal caller Sam Bradford, who beat Tebow out for the Heisman Trophy. Meyer is going for his second national title in four seasons.
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