College Football Betting:trends for September 6-8

June 2, 2009


Karol Lucan asked:


Oregon State at Cincinnati: Oregon State is 3-7 ATS versus non-conference foes on the road the last seven seasons.

Middle Tennessee State at Louisville: Louisville is a national best 15-1 as a home favorite over the past three seasons.


Navy at Rutgers: Rutgers has covered five of its last six games against Navy, including three straight in New Brunswick, NJ and is 11-4-1 ATS versus non-conference foes since 2003.


Air Force at Utah: Air Force has covered five straight versus Utah and is 13-3 ATS in road openers since 1991.

Alabama at Vanderbilt: Vanderbilt is 9-2-1 ATS versus Alabama since 1992.

Memphis at Arkansas State: Arkansas State has covered four of its last five games versus Memphis.

Ball State at Eastern Michigan: Ball State is 6-2 ATS versus Eastern Michigan the last eight encounters.

Rice at Baylor: Baylor has covered the last three meetings with Rice.

Boise State at Washington: Washington is 3-14-1 versus non-conference opponents.

BYU at UCLA: UCLA has beaten the spread in five of the last six meetings.

Buffalo at Temple: Temple is 9-2-1 ATS versus MAC schools the past three seasons.

Toledo at Central Michigan: Toledo is 6-9-1 ATS in the MAC the past two seasons while CMU has a conference ATS record of 13-4.

Duke at Virginia: Duke is 2-11 SU but 8-5 ATS versus Virginia the last 13 meetings.

Florida Atlantic at Oklahoma State: In its three-year existence, FAU is 1-7 ATS versus BCS schools such as OSU.

South Carolina at Georgia: The home team is 8-5 ATS in this series.

Hawaii at Louisiana Tech: Hawaii has covered four of its last five games against Louisiana Tech.

Houston at Tulane: Since 2003, Houston has covered four straight games versus Tulane.

Indiana at Western Michigan: Since 1996, Indiana is 6-2-2 ATS versus current MAC teams.

Syracuse at Iowa: Syracuse is 8-11 as a road underdog while Iowa is 15-5 as a home favorite the past four seasons.

Virginia Tech at LSU: Virginia Tech is 14-4 ATS on the road the past three seasons.

West Virginia at Marshall: West Virginia is 12-3 ATS as an away favorite the last six years.

Miami (FL) at Oklahoma: Miami has covered three straight games against Oklahoma.

Oregon at Michigan: Over the past decade, Michigan is 0-4 ATS versus Pac-10 teams, including an outright loss at Oregon in 2003.

Miami (OH) at Minnesota: Minnesota is 7-0 as a non-conference favorite.

Missouri at Mississippi: Missouri has covered all three meetings in this series.

Mississippi State at Tulane: Mississippi State is 7-2 ATS its last nine games versus Tulane.

Nebraska at Wake Forest: Wake Forest is a miserable 2-12 as a home favorite the past four seasons.

Nevada at Northwestern: Nevada was 6-1 ATS on the road last year and beat Northwestern at home, covering a seven-point spread.

New Mexico State at New Mexico: The visitor is 5-2-1 ATS the last eight games in this series.

North Texas at SMU: SMU is 4-10 ATS versus non-conference teams the past four seasons.

Notre Dame at Penn State: Penn State is 8-4 ATS versus Notre Dame last 12, including 4-1 ATS in Happy Valley.

Southern Miss at Tennessee: Southern Miss is 11-4 ATS in road openers since 1992 while Tennessee is 19-29 as a home favorite the past eight seasons.

TCU at Texas: Texas is 7-2-1 ATS versus TCU the last 10 meetings.

Fresno State at Texas A&M: Fresno State is 12-3 as a non-conference underdog of three or more points.

Wisconsin at UNLV: Wisconsin is 9-1 ATS away before back to back home games.

Utah State at Wyoming: Wyoming has covered the last three games in this series.

UTEP at Texas Tech: Since 1991, UTEP is 6-22-1 ATS on the road in September.

Are the above Sportsbook busters guaranteed? Of course not. But historians point out that by studying the past we’re better equipped to predict the future. That may be true for sports betting, too.

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