The initial College Football Playoff rankings came out Tuesday night with a few surprises. Ohio State has the No. 1 spot, despite being No. 3 in the AP poll and No. 4 in the Coaches poll. Penn State jumped over Clemson into the top four, despite being No. 5 in both polls. Undefeated Baylor and Minnesota remain outside the top 10, which shows how important strength of schedule is to the committee.
Last week we had another pick win straight up! Illinois pulled off the upset of the season as a 31-point underdog with a victory over Wisconsin. We also had another 4-1 week, and the underdogs are rolling. Here's to another week of underdogs hitting hard with Week 9 spread busters.
While Clemson remain atop the odds board to win the College Football Playoff, several other teams saw their championship odds improve after Week 5.
After a second consecutive 4-1 week, the underdogs are officially back! We have increased our overall record to 14-11 and almost hit another huge moneyline with North Carolina over Clemson. This week there are not many options with the plus 20 spread, but we strongly feel there are still winners available!
The underdogs were biting again in Week 4 after a rough Week 3. As we near the end of September, here are some more underdogs that could make some noise again this week.
We all know it’s nearly inevitable Alabama and Clemson will make the College Football Playoff. Are either of them good enough to claim another trophy in 2019, though?
After a 4-1 start in Week 1, we dropped to 2-3 in Week 2. We're ready to atone with some big underdogs this week beginning with Arkansas State and New Mexico.
Week 2 is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of Week 1 overreactions. Here are our top five plays going against those knee jerks.
The team with the best chance to shake up the national title picture is a Big 12 powerhouse that lost in the national semifinal in both 2017 and 2018. The No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners are a +1500 value pick to win it all.
After a dominant title run last season, will it be "Another Clemson Championship" this year in the ACC and the College Football Playoff?