On the last Saturday of October four unbeaten teams lost, the Big 12 looks like a hot mess and the College Football Playoff selection committee will have a lot to think about before the release of their initial playoff rankings. Week 9 in College Football was thrilling; here is a betting recap of all the action.
The Dogs are Still Barking
- Underdogs went 32-22 (59.3%) ATS
- Road teams went 26-27 (49.1%) ATS
- Unders went 31-22 (58.5%)
- Betting against the public (<35% of tickets): 12-8 (60.0%) ATS
- Ranked teams getting <50% of the bets: 3-5 ATS
Biggest Money-line Upsets
Buffalo (+733) vs. Akron
Have A Day, Jordan Johnson.
— #MACtion (@MACSports) October 28, 2016
Jordan Johnson broke Buffalo’s school record for rushing yards. The senior back totaled 282 yards in the Bulls’ 41-20 upset of Akron. The Zips were 19.5 point road favorites.
South Carolina (+613) vs. Tennessee
— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) October 30, 2016
In was supposed to be an easy win for Tennessee but the Gamecocks held the Vols to under 300 yards of offense for just the second time this season and forced three turnovers. The loss is a gut punch for Tennessee, which is now on a three game losing streak after being ranked as a top ten team.
Ohio (+549) at Toledo
— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) October 28, 2016
Dorian Brown rushed for a career high 212 yards and Ohio beat Toledo 31-26. It was the first road win for the Bobcats against the Rockets since 1967. Ohio is now bowl eligible for the eighth straight season.
Wyoming (+481) vs. Boise State
— Wyoming Cowboy FB (@wyo_football) October 30, 2016
Chase Appleby sacked Brett Rypien forcing a fumble that was knocked out of the back of the end zone for a safety. The play gave Wyoming its first win over Boise State in 11 games and the program’s first win over a top 25 team since 2002.
— GoDucks (@GoDucks) October 30, 2016
Justin Herbert had himself a day. The freshman quarterback threw for 489 yards and four touchdowns snapping a five game losing streak for Oregon. More importantly, the win over Arizona State was the Ducks first cover of the season. Before this game, Oregon was the only team in the country that hadn’t covered the spread in at least one game.
Trend Highlight – Road Dogs with Low Totals
Betting road underdogs in games with low totals has generated a profit in 11 of 12 seasons. This Pro System is 32-21 (60.4%) ATS, +8.93 units in 2016.
There were five plays generated by this system on Saturday including a pick on No. 7 Nebraska at No. 11 Wisconsin. The Badgers Dare Ogunbowale scored an 11 yard touchdown in overtime to beat the Cornhuskers 23-17. It was the first loss for Nebraska but a cover for all our users!
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