This past Saturday’s college football schedule was like the calm before the storm heading into one final round of betting action in the regular season. Notre Dame moved one step closer to a spot in the College Football Playoff by shutting down Syracuse 36-3 as a 10-point home favorite and the AAC’s Central Florida Knights extended their current straight-up winning streak to 23 games with an impressive 38-13 victory at home against Cincinnati as 6.5-point favorites with BetAnySports.
Routine wins by No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson kept both teams on track for a return trip to the CFP and No. 4 Michigan got past Indiana ahead of this Saturday’s huge Big Ten East Division showdown against Ohio State as a four-point road favorite.
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A few other teams that are still in the playoff mix starts with the Big 12’s Oklahoma Sooners. They extended their current SU winning streak to five games with Saturday’s 55-40 victory against Kansas, but they could not cover as heavy 35-point home favorites. They will go on the road this Friday night to face West Virginia as slight one-point favorites. The Mountaineers’ slim playoff hopes fell apart with Saturday’s 45-41 road loss to Oklahoma State as six-point favorites on BetAnySports’ closing spread.
The SEC’s Georgia Bulldogs are also in the playoff mix at 10-1 SU, but they failed to cover as 41.5-point home favorites in Saturday’s 66-27 romp over Massachusetts. The Bulldogs will close out their regular season as 17.5-point home favorites in their traditional rivalry game against Georgia Tech this Saturday.
The entire Thanksgiving Holiday weekend is filled with rivalries in this final round of regular season games. Thursday night’s slate closes things out with Mississippi State on the road against Ole Miss as a 10-point favorite in that classic SEC clash. Friday’s action gets underway in the Big Ten with Nebraska taking on Iowa as a 7.5-point underdog on the road.
Later Friday afternoon, Virginia faces Virginia Tech as a four-point road favorite in the ACC, while the Pac-12’s Oregon Ducks head to Oregon State as 14-point favorites in that Pacific Northwest rivalry.
Along with Michigan at Ohio State highlighting Saturday’s betting action, Alabama faces Auburn as a 24.5-point favorite at home. Clemson is a 25-point home favorite against South Carolina and Notre Dame travels to USC as a 10-point road favorite. In conclusion, if you decide to gamble money after you click through one of the online sportsbooks link or banner advertisement, our website assumes no responsibility. Furthermore, we are not responsible for the actions of others. Moreover, we have not “representation or endorsement” with any of the sites listed on this website. If you choose to be involved in activities offered by advertising like sports betting sites, we have no responsibility, regardless if deemed an illegal activity in certain jurisdictions.