NCAA Football Weekly Betting Roundup – Oct. 8

NCAA Football Weekly Betting Roundup - Oct. 8
Major upsets were the story last week in college football with a complete shake-up of the AP’s Top 25. This was especially true at the top of the list with three of the top four teams in the nation falling in a stunning defeat. Week 7’s schedule could potentially change the entire look at the top of the list again and VietBet has you covered with betting odds for all the games as the best site to wager on college football for US Players.

Auburn moved into the No. 2 spot in the rankings with a 41-7 rout of LSU last Saturday as a seven-point home favorite. The Tigers will now try and hold that spot with another huge SEC showdown this Saturday against No. 3 Mississippi State. The Bulldogs rose to this lofty ranking by knocking-off Texas A&M 48-31 as three-point favorites at home. They come into this game as three-point home underdogs with the total set at 63. Auburn currently holds an 8-4 edge against the spread in its last 12 games against Mississippi State.

The biggest upset last week belongs to the other No. 3 team in the polls, the Mississippi Rebels. They stunned Alabama 23-17 as 4.5-point home underdogs last week and this Saturday they will be put to the test again as two-point road underdogs against Texas A&M. VietBet has set the betting odds for the total at 63. Ole Miss has covered ATS in their last six games.

Oklahoma’s shocking 37-33 loss to TCU last week as a 3.5-point road favorite opened the door for No. 5 Baylor to move into the top spot in the Big 12. To remain at the top of the heap, the Bears will now have to get past the pesky Horned Frogs this Saturday as 8.5-point home favorites. The total for this game has been set at 67. TCU is a profitable 6-1 ATS in its last seven games against Baylor.

Oregon fell from No. 2 all the way to No. 12 following its devastating 31-24 loss to Arizona last week as a heavy 21.5-point home favorite. The Ducks will now begin their long climb back to national title contention this Saturday as two-point road favorites against No. 18 UCLA, which is also coming off a bad loss. The total for this Pac-12 clash has been set at 69 and Oregon comes in with a 3-1 edge ATS in the last four meetings. Top

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