Georgia lost its first game of the season Saturday, but the real loser may have been Notre Dame, which fell to the Bulldogs earlier in the season. That was just one of the lessons we learned during Week 7 of the college football season.
Not many people were giving Florida any chance of beating Auburn at home when the Tigers came to The Swamp as 3-point favorites, but the Gators silenced all critics with a 24-13 win. Florida's legitimacy is just one of the important lessons we learned from a busy Week 6.
Iowa will put its unbeaten record on the line this weekend, when the Hawkeyes take on the Michigan Wolverines at the Big House. We have odds and a pick for that anticipated Week 6 game, as well as four more.
The college football action was hot this past weekend, and we learned a few things. What we once thought was a two-team chase for the national championship just got a little more interesting and a new Heisman Trophy contender emerged.
Notre Dame lost a heartbreaker last week 23-17 at Georgia, and the letdown angle is in play as they return home to face the 18th ranked Virginia Cavaliers. With a 4-0 record, Virginia comes to South Bend for their biggest game of the year thus far, while Notre Dame just lost theirs. The main question is, how will Notre Dame Bounce back?
We're once again looking for some big underdogs in Week 4 of the college football season. We've had some success in the first three weeks and there are a few games that provide value once again.
At first glance college football's Week 3 looked uninspiring, but there are always signals in the noise—little breadcrumbs or clues to lead us to strong opinions going forward. Let's see what we learned this past weekend.
Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears came out flat against the Packers during Week 1. Can they right the ship this Sunday against the Broncos? We examine that matchup as well as Kansas City vs. Oakland and New Orleans vs. Los Angeles.
Coach Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars roll into the heart of Texas to meet Houston and its new coach, Dana Holgorsen. Rather than bet the point spread, we're focused on the total for this eagerly anticipated game instead.
Week 3 of the college football season is here, and we are going after some bad favorites again. We have cashed in on a few this year, and has more than paid the price of admission. This week we need to really focus because oddsmakers are getting better, and we need to keep up!