College football betting standings have Marshall in first place in the CUSA East while Central Florida can tie them in the race if they beat the NCAA betting lines in this one. The Thundering Herd of Marshall have a college football betting record of 5-3 straight up and 5-2 with the NCAA betting lines.
They are 3-1 straight up in CUSA college football betting action. Last week the Herd scored an easy college football betting payout over Alabama Birmingham 27-7 as 7 point home favorites. Quarterback Brian Anderson leads the Marshall attack with a 60% completion rate and 1427 yards passing with 7 touchdowns.
The Central Florida Knights have a college football betting record of 4-3 straight up and a most impressive 5-1 with the NCAA betting lines. Last week the Knights scored a 49-7 college football betting blowout win over Rice as 10-point road favorites. Central Florida is 2-2 straight up in CUSA college football betting play.
After Central Florida suffered a 7-27 college football betting loss to Miami coach George O’Leary said that they would approach the rest of the year as a six-game season. “Coach told us we’ve got a six-game season left and we’re 1-0 in that season right now”, said linebacker Cory Hogue.
“We believe we can win a conference championship and get to a bowl game. We’re trying to win ever week the rest of this season and we’ve got a lot of momentum going for us right now”. UCF quarterback Brett Hodges has 1216 yards passing and a 59% completion rate with 8 touchdowns.
Marshall has the hot college football betting hand with 5 payouts in their last 6 games. The Herd has had their share of college football betting problems on the road, however, with just 8 payouts in their last 25 games away from home.
Central Florida has been one of the best values on the board this season and has won 11 out of their last 16 home games straight up. In this head to head series Central Florida has dominated with 5 consecutive covers against the spread versus Marshall. The two teams have gone under the total in 5 out of their last 7 meetings.