Posts Tagged ‘College Football Betting’

On Saturday Ohio Bobcats Clash With Troy Trojans

December 14, 2010

On Saturday at the Louisiana Superdome the Troy Trojans will face the Ohio Bobcats in the New Orleans Bowl and ESPN will broadcast the match at 9 pm ET.

The game’s over/under total is sitting at 58, in college football betting the Trojans are listed as 1½-point favorites.

WR LaVon Brazill (hand) and Ohio LB Noah Keller is out for the season (toe). For New Orleans Bowl Troy DT Sidell Corley (achilles) is questionable.

In its last eight games, Ohio is 7-1 SU. Even though Troy is ATS in its last seven games is16-7 SU in its last 23 games and in six of Troy’s last nine games, the total has gone under.

In its last game Ohio lost 28-6 to the Kent State Golden Flashes on the road. The score was under the total as Ohio failed to cover in the match as a 4.5-point favorite.

By cashing as a 4–point favorite, Troy beat the Florida Atlantic Owls 44-7 on the road.

This season Troy is 7-5 SU and 4-8 ATS and 4-8 ATS whereas Ohio is 8-4 SU and 7-4 ATS.

The Bobcats are 0-2 SU and the Trojans are 5-3 SU when playing in December.

Bettors backing Penn State in Big Ten showdown

October 21, 2008

NCAA Football Bettors like the No. 3 Penn State Nittany Lions to remain undefeated when they visit the No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes in a battle of Big Ten Conference rivals Saturday night (8 pm ET, ABC).

Undefeated Penn State is a 2½-point favorite at Sportsbooks, and Public Betting information indicates 64 per cent of bettors are backing Penn State.

The Buckeyes have the edge head-to-head, as they have gone 7-3 SU and 6-4 ATS over the past 10 meetings. The teams last squared off on Oct. 27 last season, when Ohio State blew away Penn State 37-17 as 3-point favorites. The score went well over the over/under total of 40.

Both teams have been red-hot, with Penn State winning eight straight to remain unbeaten and Ohio State winning the past five straight.

In their last action, the Nittany Lions (8-0 SU, 5-1-1 ATS, 4-0 Big Ten) beat the Michigan Wolverines 46-17 on Saturday. Penn State failed to cover the 2-point spread and the score went over the total of 48.

The Buckeyes (7-1 SU, 2-5 ATS, 4-0 Big Ten) bombed the Michigan State Spartans 45-7. The Buckeyes covered the 3-point spread while the score went over the total of 42.5.

WR Brett Brackett (head), RB Brent Carter (knee) and T Ako Poti (knee) are listed as questionable for Penn State. DE Lawrence Wilson (knee), RB Daniel Herron (concussion), and WR Dane Sanzenbache (concussion) are also questionable for Ohio State.

Penn State is 0-5 SU and ATS in the past five meetings at Ohio State. Penn State is 1-5 SU in the past six meetings and 4-9 ATS in its past 13 meetings. The total has gone under in four of the past six meetings.