2013 Conference USA Season Football Preview Conference USA is getting bigger. The conference picked up some new teams and has now gone to an East and West division format. There are 14 teams in the conference as a whole, and each division will have seven teams.
Betting Lines – NCAAF Futures As we continue the agonizingly slow crawl through the summer months toward the start of football season, it’s important to remember that there’s more on the board each day than just baseball. College football win totals offer value to the informed bettor who keeps an eye on the sport during […]
NCAA Football Futures – 2013 AAC Season Preview There is no conference that has had as much movement of teams as the American Athletic Conference, formerly the Big East. This year the league still has its hooks in last year’s winner, Louisville, while welcoming a host of newcomers from Conference USA.
2012 NCAA Football Betting Futures- MWC Preview It has been a bit of a revolving door in the Mountain West in light of all the recent realignment of teams in the conference. This season, Nevada, Fresno State, and Hawaii will begin play in the MWC after leaving the Western Athletic Conference, but last season’s defending […]
2012 NCAA Football Betting Futures- SEC Season Preview The Southeastern Conference has won the last six BCS national titles and this year should be no exception with three teams in Bovada’s top-seven favorites to win this season’s championship. The following is a look at the top contenders in the conference along with their current odds […]
2012 NCAA Football Betting Futures- Pac Twelve Season Preview The PAC-10 grew into the PAC-12 last season with the addition of Utah and Colorado. The 12-team conference realigned itself into two divisions, South and North, which added a title game at the end of the season. Oregon took the crown last year by defeating UCLA […]
2012 NCAA Football Betting Futures- Big Twelve Season Preview The Big 12 enters the 2012 football season with the same number of teams it ended last year with, but the entire face of the conference has changed. The perennial Big 12 powers remain intact, but both Missouri and Texas A&M have jumped-ship for the SEC.